Thread: Turn signals

  1. Turn signals

    My turn signals go regular speed but increase when I turn the wheel. All bulbs are working. Any ideas?

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    Re: Turn signals

    The cause foe the signals to increase in speed is a change in resistance. So there is either a loose connection at the bulb, wiring at the bulb or in the column. Poor connection or short. Do any stop blinking when the wheel is turned? I assume you don't need to be moving to see this.


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    Re: Turn signals

    Thanks for the input. The bulbs do not stop blinking. The blinker and noise in the car increases like a bulb is out too

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    Re: Turn signals

    I agree with JPNinPA thoughts. If you concur with his last statement it would tend to isolate the issue to the column area by eliminating the lateral forces at work when driving and turning.

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    Turn signals

    What year make and model?

    On Wranglers the multifunction switch goes bad but I would still expect wiring.


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    Re: Turn signals

    2010

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    Re: Turn signals

    A 2010 what? Wrangler, Cherokee, patriot,......?

    And does it have controls on the steering wheel?


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    Re: Turn signals

    Wrangler. It does not have controls on the steering wheel.

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    Re: Turn signals

    Try this first. Push your hazard light button a number of times then see if the issue persists. If it continues pull the covers off of the steering wheel and do a wiggle test of the wires to see if it's the wires or the switch.


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    Re: Turn signals

    Thank you for all of your input. I will do this within the week and let you know the results.

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