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Ford Galaxy Indicators and Hazards not working

2001 Ford Galaxy Problem

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CarFord Galaxy
Year2001
OwnerStarman
Posted01/03/2010


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The Problem:

My Hazard lights packed up, and about a week later the indicators became intermittent and have now stopped altogether, prior to that the rear tailgate lock stopped, but again all the locks were opening and closing as you were driving along which I think points to a bad connection, I have checked all the fuses and they are OK I have had this car for 5 years and this is my first problem Help.



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Solution 1


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Sounds like indicator/ hazard , relay / unit packed in .





Posted on Monday 1st of March 2010

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Yes that is what I thought have you any idea were the flasher unit is, I have looked everywhere there are only two relays in the back of the fuse box none in steering column, they do not do a Hynes Manuel for the 2001 model.





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Don't know if this might help you , looks like part needed .

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VW-SHARAN-FORD-GALAXY-INDICATOR-FLASHER-RELAY-21/310196173992






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