Find related fuses. Remove and replace in their sockets, multiple times (sorta scrapes off mild, white looking corrosion, a little smear of "Dielectric Grease" won't hurt nuthin' either!
I have access to a on-line repair manual (spiff, for answering here), but many times, older stuff ain't in it
I have many CJ (includes other models sometimes) Repair manuals. No promises, but a lot of AMC/ Jeep stuff, some systems are "Similarly" wired.
I might can give you hand with diagrams--if need-be
Any odd things happen prior to signals stopping. Like couldn't avoid the dead moose in the road, due to an oncoming car?
Sure you installed the column switch correctly?
I do not know your end, so I must view you as "LOST", till you show me different!
Have a Voltmeter? Can you check voltage? Can you perform continuity tests? (I might be able to aid you there also) Provided you are nothing like a Ford Post I answered yesterday!
I'd also try a different flasher, from a different auto store--I have obtained "NEW. Bad" parts before, even consecutively swapping them out. Still bad. Just happens sometimes!
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Friday, July 29th, 2011 AT 7:37 PM