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Really need help! Indicators!


 
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Deano1989
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 14:28    Post subject: Really need help! Indicators! Reply with quote

Hello people this is my first post of many!

Ok, I have a 1996 Suzuki vitara 1.6 16v valve automatic, last night I stupidly left my stereo on over night... So woke up with a dead battery, jumped started the beast, apps working fine, no need for a new battery, thing is my indicators do not flash anymore? You click the stalk, indicator comes on and stays on, same with the hazard lights, come on and stay on? Could any1 point me in the right direction here please? Maybe a fuse or relay problem?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 19:21    Post subject: Reply with quote

You would have probably been better charging the battery as jumping a dead flat battery can result in big problems. You are better off trying the hazards relay first, then move on. For future reference, turn on the headlights before attempting to jump a flat battery. This way you minimise the risk of a voltage spike, which can kill a cars ecu, or in this case a relay.
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