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    Indicator probs

    halfway on route today all my indicators stopped working so i stopped and checked fuses, they looked fine, but my hazzards worked fine. No light on the dash though with either.

    When i got back I swoped the relays over with the identical in my cavalier but still not working. This is on my mk3 2.0 eco.

    Anyone with and pointers on what to try next?

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    if your hazzard work, and you swapped relays with a working relay ...
    I think..
    ..it points to a dodgy indicator stalk ...

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    Is everything else electrical working? wipers, lights etc? My indicators stopped working in the astra and it turned out to be the wire to the reverse lights had gone to ground.

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    Indicator probs

    Quote Originally Posted by sjj84
    Is everything else electrical working? wipers, lights etc? My indicators stopped working in the astra and it turned out to be the wire to the reverse lights had gone to ground.
    Funny you should say as my central locking dont work. It blew the fuse and when I replaced it it blew again when i locked up. Did it twice. Do you think these might be related?

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    We have had hazard light switches them selves causing this problem. Try indication one side and holding the hazard switch in different places to see if they work then
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    Indicator probs

    Tried playing around with the hazard switch but made no difference, still no indicators.

    Any ideas why my C/L is blowing fuses, I just moved all my wiring around that I can see but all looks fine.

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    The reason why the CDL fuse is blowing will probbaly be a faulty servo or the wiring going straigh to ground

    Indicators are looking like the stalk itself as M40COO said in the first reply
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    Indicator probs

    Ive checked my indicator stalk in another car and its one in mine and both are fine. When i put my foot on the brake now it blows fuse no 28 which on the panel says KL. 15.

    Anyone know what this is cos haynes manual doesnt specify.

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    as far as i know - fuse 28 is for the courtesy light. I may be wrong as my G is the older type which has a different fuse box to the latter ones. sumthing is defo array in your wiring tho - shame I cant help. have u changed your bulbs lately? seems a strange suggestion i know

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    Its a MK3 geordiebandit

    KL. 15. tells me its a ignition fuse. It could just be blowing because of a faulty bulb so disconect all the brake lights and see if ti still blows

    Wouldn't say it's anything to do with the indicators though
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