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  1. LED Blinkers Problem

    4.6L Tech
    LED Blinkers Problem - Must've ran out of blinker fluid again - Help Requested Hello all, I am new to the forum but I need to ask a serious question. I am having serious blinker problems, I will start from the beginning. I installed sequential tail lights about 3 years ago and they work fine...
  2. 1993 Turn signal issues. Please help!

    2.3L Tech
    To start, I have searched alot of forums now and I still have a few questions. I have a used 1993 2.3 LX Mustang I bought recently and my blinkers don't work. The arrow inside the dash doesn't come on when the switch in engaged. I checked the; fuses are all fine, the flasher/turn signal switch...
  3. 1965 Mustang Ignition switch problems?

    Classic Tech
    Hi, I'm experiencing some strange electrical issues with my 1965 Mustang. Everything worked fine until a Retro Sound radio was installed. According to the workshop, the radio is hooked up with one cable going directly to the battery (constant power/memory) and one going to the ignition...
  4. 1968 turn signals do not work please help!!

    Classic Tech
    hey guys, last i posted i have a wiring isssue with my blinkers stop lights, tail lights, etc. well, i decided to replace the whole wiring harness in my column and now things work and have power! great! all wire colours match up. but there are some issues. well, the tail lights work when i turn...
  5. 1967 Mustang Turn signals not flashing.

    Classic Tech
    Okay, I'm offically lost! I have replaced the turn signal switch in the colum, checked grounds, and replaced flashers. I have 4 ways that flash, but my turn signals come on and won't blink. I traced the wires from the flasher itself, the orange one goes back to the fuse panel, but there is a...
  6. turn signal not working

    V6 Tech
    Hi All, My turn signals (right and left) are not working. Hazard flashers are working. I checked all the fuses and they are fine. Then I noticed a loose wire near the brake/clutch pedal. I thought it would be an easy fix but I can't figure out where exactly the wire goes. It seems there's a...
  7. 1966 Mustang fast blinker

    Classic Tech
    Hi all, I just sorted out my faulty taillight wiring and all the lights finally work, but the turn signals blinks really fast. Is this normal for these cars? Could the turn signal flasher be bad. Any info/help will be greatly appreciated.
  8. 2000 Mustang Turn Signals Not Working

    V6 Tech
    Hello all. My son's 2000 Mustang (stock 3.8, no mods) has lost her turn signals. Neither right nor left work. The fuse is OK, and the hazard lights work. I have read threads about possible problems with the ignition switch, and to that effect have jiggling and jostled the switch, with no...
  9. Flasher Relay Location for Turn Indicator- 2006 V6 Mustang

    2005-2010 Mustang Talk
    Does anyone know where I locate the flasher relay for an 06 Mustang? Im thinking that is what is giving me my turning signal problems and was gonna replace the flasher. Thanks
  10. 1998 v6 mustang sequential tail lights modded flasher

    V6 Tech
    I recently installed sequential tail lights to my stang. They look awesome but I heard you can slow them down by getting a modded flasher. I have searched ebay and other sites looking for this. Can anyone tell me where I can find one of these things? thanks
  11. 2006 Mustang Persistant Blinker Problems

    2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech
    My right blinker was blinking REALLY fast. Autozone told me that could be an indicator that the bulb is starting to go out. So I went ahead a replaced the front and rear indicator bulbs. The problem was fixed for about a month when my blinker started going crazy again. I didnt think it was...
  12. 1989 turn signal and brake issues

    5.0L Tech
    Hey guys, I'm new here and i need some help... Just picked up a new 1989 LX 5.0 for a great deal, but i have encountered a few little electrical problems with the lights. Brake lights dont work, checked the fuse panel and no fuse...ok... replaced the fuse and it pops... no apparent shorts in...
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