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#1 FriedNewt

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 03:52 PM

Hello all,

I have got a MK III fiesta with the left indicator not working.

Problem has come and gone for a month or so now, it has now gone completly now.

Right indicates with out any problems.

Left clicks 2x as fast without any lights flashing on the dash or external.

I have swapped both front and back bulbs with the right hand side but still get the same problem.

The 2 fuses that control the indicator are not blown.

Just bought a new indicator relay today, but still same problem!


I think I have said all the details that are relevant, can anybody suggest anything?

About 2 weeks until MOT is due, perfect timing.

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#2 mintalkin

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 04:18 PM

do they work with the hazard switch? if they do operate the hazard switch a good few times with a quick stab of the finger usually cures the fault. if they do not work with the hazards check the earth points at the lamps.

#3 FriedNewt

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 04:26 PM

do they work with the hazard switch? if they do operate the hazard switch a good few times with a quick stab of the finger usually cures the fault. if they do not work with the hazards check the earth points at the lamps.


Yes they work with the hazard switch. I have tried stapping the switch a hundred times with still no joy.

I have also tried another stalk from the breakers. Ahhhh, not good fun!


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