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Hazards Broken?

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I have an e99 250 that i bought back in September, and I just went to use the hazards the other day and realized that they dont work. When i put them on, (I believe its the right one) flashes very fast while the other side doesnt flash at all and then goes out completely and nothing flashes. Anyone ever hear of this? Any ideas?
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bad bulb/s or bad relay/flasher

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Have you checked to see if the turn signals function properly

The flasher may be going bad causing these symptoms


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I guess I should have said that the turn signals function properly normal blink rate on the dash, and bulbs work, is there a separate relay for just the flashers?

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I don't believe so it may be dirt and grime causing the switch to malfunction and bit providing full voltage to the flasher try blow it out with some compressed air and then cycling it a few times


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Clean the electronic connections on the tail lights, or maybe there is some corrosion in the light bulb housing???


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I say flasher. I'm pretty sure they're on different relays due to some road safety reg.

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