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Replace a Spare part Indicator relay – a defective one or if the limit of use has been already reached. Find out useful information about Indicator relay

Faults of flasher relay
  • deformation of the contact block terminals;
  • wiring wear;
  • blown fuse;
  • nichrome string break;
  • corrosion of the metal body;
  • wear of lugs or bolt holes;
  • stretching of the string.
Symptoms of flasher relay faults
  • absence of specific clicks during the turn signal lights performance;
  • frequent burnout of indicator lamps;
  • lag in turn signals performance;
  • increase/decrease in the lamp blinking frequency;
  • continuous operation of indicator lamps;
  • shutdown of warning light on the instrument panel;
  • increase in current consumption.
Causes of flasher relay faults
  • low quality components;
  • moisture ingress into the device;
  • voltage fluctuations;
  • contamination of parts and components;
  • wear and tear.
Diagnostics of the flasher relay

Finding certain signs of damage to this element of the lighting system, be sure to immediately diagnose it. If in your vehicle the relay is set out the mounting block, then you should simply close the relay contacts with a screwdriver or another metal object. The subsequent operation of the direction lights after such action indicates that the relay has failed. If this element is inside the mounting block, remove the cover and take out the relay and then close the corresponding contacts with a wire.

Replacement of the flasher relay

The flasher relay cannot be repaired. In case of failure, you should carry out replacement of the part. Replacement procedure:

  1. First, remove the instrument panel.
  2. Then unscrew the nut of the relay.
  3. Remove the two wires of the relay studs.
  4. The next step is dismantling the relay and disconnecting the fuse box from it.
  5. Install the new part and take all the steps above in reverse order.

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