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I have a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta GL 2.0 four cylinder 5 speed transmission two wheel front wheel drive and I had to replace the turn signal switch which hand the hazard lights on it well I changed it and now my headlights don't work tail lights turn signals I replaced the hazard relay the hazards not work properly as far as the lights on the dash but they don't blink on my outer lights when I push my brake with the headlights off the two arrows in my Dash left and right pop up as if my hazards are on but stuck with my headlights on the hazards remain I'm not blinking my dash lights come on but no lights from my actual light bulbs and I'm fairly certain the light bulbs are still good it's just there was a short from where I broke my hazard switch in was able to figure out to connect make its connection for the turn signals and everything to work properly. It's time to stuff fell in it started causing like a shortage I mean I change the switch like I said and got all everything out or not I replace the hazard switch or relay and now my headlights are no no lights work dash lights work enerlites word just no headlights tail lights or turn signals or even tail lights or brake lights reverse lights no lights LOL

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SOURCE: Right turn signal doesn't work.

the next step and almost certainly the problem is the turn signal switch, have seen this symptom on other years around yours and switch fixed it.

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SOURCE: Brake light, reverse light and turn signal issues

Hello. The symptoms you are describing are likely due to a poor ground. Temporarily install a new ground wire by securing a piece of copper wire to the frame with a self tapping screw. Use this ground wire along with the hot wire to see if each of these lights works. If it does, trace the ground wire back to the frame, unscrew it and clean up the metal with emery cloth so you reestablish a good ground.

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SOURCE: 1992 Ford Ranger Turn signal/Hazard light issue

Can you just check to make sure the ignition key switch is not staying over to far and not backing off when you try to start it. I had a truck that did that and it messed up my turn signals until I brought the key switch back a little after starting it. Just a simple idea. Be kind with your rating for me. Raz

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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SOURCE: I have 95 olds cutlass sup. 3.1L Turn right the

most likely its your muti-funtion switch in the steering column.but first check your turn signal flasher & your emergency flasher

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: I have an 02 kia sportage. my signal lights come on but dont blink outside. no lights for the signal lights come on on the dash at all. also, no hazard lights.

If the 15A HAZARD fuse in the passenger compartment fuse box is OK, power is getting to the hazard function of the flasher unit. Pressing the hzard switch should cause the hazard lights to flash. HOWEVER, there is an electronic time and warning indication system module connected to to the hazard switch lead and that may be affecting things. If the 10A TURN fuse is OK, power is applied to the turn switch (with the engine in START or RUN) and you state you can select a right or left turn. HOWEVER, the RED/WHT and RED/BLU outputs from the flasher unit connect directly to the front and rear turn lamps and the instrument cluster turn indicators so you are not getting any flasher output. Again, that electronic time & warning indication system module could be affecting things

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