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Old 08-09-2005, 10:52 PM
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95 F150 No brake lights, turn signals or hazards

Ok.. I got my truck running only to find that I have no brake lights, no turn signals and no hazard lights. I was told it was probably the signal arm as they go bad and can cause this. I tried putting another one on it I had in the garage from a cougar (the turn signal plug fit but not the headlight/wiper plug) but it still did not do a thing. My parking lights will come on and everything else seems to work. I have checked and re checked all the fuses. Anyone have a clue what else could cause this?
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Old 08-10-2005, 09:35 AM
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The turn flasher and hazard flasher get there power from different fuses and different wires. The brake lights get there power from the same fuse (#13, 15Amp) as the hazard flasher. Left and right lamps and indicators get there power form different wires from the Multi-function Switch.

You can try jumping power to the LG/W wire (wire #3, pin #8) or the W/LB wire (wire #2, pin #5) leaving the C231 connector at the Multi-function Switch.
If the lamps light and you have power at the LB wire (wire #44, pin #1) and
you have power at W/R wire (wire #385, pin #4) of the C231 connector at the Multi-function Switch then you have a bad switch.

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I think it is still the Multi-function Switch, change it with the right one.

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Old 10-09-2007, 11:21 PM
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Thanks for the diagram.

I have the same issue with my 2002 F150 supercrew - No turn signals, hazard or brake lights.

I'll replace the Multi Function Switch.

James
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Old 10-11-2007, 04:23 PM
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Before replacing anything, test:



If it doesn't have power going into it, replacing it won't help. Use your owner's manual to find which fuseS it needs. There are fuses under the dash AND under the hood.
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