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Hi I'm not great at electrics and I am currently stumped. The turn signals on the LH side of the car only operate at the front, nothing at the rear. While the RH turn signals operate at the back with nothing at the front. The hazards work just fine with everything blinking all the way round. I was looking for pointers on how to proceed from anyone who's had a similar issue. Thanks
I have been slowly bringing my 1970 240Z back from the depths of despair where its previous owner left it and now have it running and stopping well. One area that continues to be a challenge is the flashing lights at the corners, as not all of them do. Here's the situation at present: Brake lights work both sides Running lights work all corners and front and back Head lights work Back up lights work Turn signals- Left (driver side) work both front and back, and the little clicker on top of the flasher makes a clicky noise. The green tach light illuminates as expected. Right (pass side) only the front works, the back doesn't, and there's no clicky noise from the clicker on top of the flasher. The green tach light illuminates as expected. Hazards- Flipping the hazard switch gives me flashing lights in the front, and nothing in the back. Both green tach lights flash as expected. I have a sinking suspicion that my incredibly complicated turn signal switch may be to blame, but am puzzled by the hazard switch outcome. I should note that all bulbs have been confirmed functional. Does anyone with greater experience with such things have an opinion on this scenario? I have searched the electrical forum and, while there's plenty of turn signal related posts, I haven't found any close to this issue. Muchas gracias in advance, Rob