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Old 06-22-2014
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No Turn Signals

2011 Ranger XLT w/ 4 liter engine. I wanted to post this fix in case others experienced the same symptoms. I lost both my left and right turn signals. My hazards worked fine. Since one fuse supplies both signals and hazards, I knew fuse was Ok. All bulbs burned with hazards, so bulbs eliminated. I could hear one soft click from signal/hazard flasher relay when signal lever was actuated either left or right, but no light illumination, so I figured multipurpose stirring column switch was Ok. So although the hazards worked fine, I hoped the signal/hazard flasher relay was preventing the signals from working. So at the risk of $16 from Advanced Auto I decided to replace the signal/hazard flasher relay. That did the trick and all turn signals began working again. I hope this helps.
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