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2014 jeep compas has no lights,blinkers,hazzards what could it be

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Blown fuse or bad ground.

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SOURCE: hazzards and blinkers stoped working 2000 dodge strtatus

Relay switch behind steering wheel needs to be replaced. YOu must get it from the dealership or you will blow a fuse with the generic brands from auto part store. Had this happen to me, its about 30 dollars

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 1991 Mercedes Blinker and hazzard lights light up but don't blink

Needs a New Flasher. This is located in the center console somewhat near the ashtray.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: No break lights, blinkers or hazzards. I changed

I would check the turn signal/ hazard flasher module, its on the brake pedal bracket, 5 wires, turn the hazards on and give the side of it a few raps with a screwdriver and see if it starts flashing. The PINK should have 12v. If that checks out good it may need the turn signal switch. At the turn signal switch there is a WHITE wire that should have 12v when the brake is depressed, then you should have 12 on the DARK GREEN and the YELLOW wires coming out. If the center high mounted light works, then the brake switch at the pedal is good.

Posted on Nov 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Blinkers,hazzard lights,tail and brake lights

It does sound as though the trailer connection is the source of the problem, check to see if the wiring has been resting on the exhaust pipe and melted through, shorting the wires. Also check if it is squashed or damaged anywhere. Failing this you may have to pull the trailer connector apart and see if the wires have come out inside and are touching, this can happen if the trailer connector is pulled hard.

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 2002 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT. THE HAZZARD LIGHTS DONT WORK

I think there are 2 fuses for those switches. Fuse #11 & #39

Hope that works for you

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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