Left side/Driver side lights do not work

Asked by Jun 06, 2016 at 04:12 PM about the 2002 Mazda MPV LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My husband is driving our old 2002 Mazda MPV lX. The left turn signal was
working on and off, now it is not working at all and the left side break light,
hazard light not working either. Are these all separate issues, or are they
connected? Do bulbs just need replacing or modules? All lights on right hand
side are fine.

3 Answers

1,475

It is likely a failed bulb. however it could be a failed flasher relay too..

You think it may be a failed bulb in each area? The problems are on left side only, but it's the turn signal, back break and hazard lights not working alo.

1,475

Yes ma'am it could be a relay, but you should start with bulbs first (they're the cheapest option)

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