All manufacturers have seen fit to replace the cheap, simple, and reliable thermal flashers with an unnecessarily-complicated electronic flasher, so now we see all kinds of unusual failures. Start by checking that the flasher is seated snugly in its socket. Next, replace it as a test. We normally do not approve of replacing random parts to diagnose a problem, but in this case, the flasher is the likely suspect. The next suspect would be the signal switch assembly, but we also have to consider two wires could be shorted together.
Friday, March 3rd, 2017 AT 4:32 PM