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Old 05-29-2009
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Howdy Fellers,
I became the PROUD owner of a 1990 Ranger about a year ago. My FIRST FORD!! GREAT LITTLE Truck. Other day I noticed my turn signals quit Working, at the same time, I noticed, when I Press the brake pedal, not only will the Brake Lights come on, the FRONT AMBER TURN SIGNALS, and the turn signal indicators, on the dash comes on.....WTF????
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Sounds like they could be related. Is it your signal flasher unit/relay/fuse that has failed or the signal arm piece? Seems like you're getting some sort of electrical feedback with a missing link in your signal system. I'd check the flasher relay, if it's like my 94', I'll be the big round one in the fuse panel.
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Could be a bad Multifunction Switch in the steering column.
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