Aug 22, 2018 at 8:35 PM#1
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Tressica garzaNew MemberAge:34Posts:1Likes Received:0Joined:Aug 22, 2018Location:KennewickSome One please help me my blinkers aren’t working but hazards are I replaced the relays he multi function switch and the fuse and input would be much appreciated I have a 2003 Ford Expedition
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Did they just quit? I assume they worked before? On would think it is the turn signal stalk. Saw one on EBay for under $30.

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I"m guessing he replaced the stalk already, named it the multi-function switch. Is that right Tressica? The switch/stalk itself would have been my guess too, knowing the hazards work.
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It"s a she, not a he. She stated, that the multifunction stalk was replaced, and still doesn"t work. Guys do the 2003"s use a turn signal relay under dash like my 2000, or did they go to a module somewhere? That"s what I"m thinking. A bit more probing is needed, along with a schematic. Anybody got one for an 03?Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk
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Flasher relay? If the hazards button turns on the signals then it"s not the flasher relay... actually if it"s even equipped in our trucks.

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Of course Tressica is a she, it"s obvious now but I just hadn"t encountered the name before, sorry Tressica!Is this diagram helpful moose?
My eyesight can barely see any of that, maybe we can get Stamp or one of our resident electrical gurus to jump in on this thread.Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk
Alright, I"ve been sipping my beer staring at the wiring diagrams for the last 45 minutes or so...Make sure you checked both fuses (#18 & #2) but with the way this thing is layed out it would seem it would have to be the switch, the connector, boogered up pins or something. Everything seems to point at the switch area.Do your brake lights light up? If everything lights up when it should except the signals that would rule out wiring integrity - so you would be back to a connection issue. Also, when you check the fuses use a test light or ohm meter to verify integrity - don"t just look at them because sometimes it"s hard to tell visually.