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    2004 Corsa SXI

    Youngest daughters motor. Strange problem with the left turn indicator.

    Its like (difficult to explain) misses a beat or misses a few beats, will not work at all sometimes just flashes the dash indicator quickly. Bulbs, connections, have all been damp proofed and electrolubed including side marker. All 3 lamps skip beats when it occurs. Had a look at the stalk and gave the connections a clean and smear of electrolube even though the problem is still there when using the hazard switch.

    My first reaction was a dodgy connection or short but with the engine running the problem doesnt go away but does diminish a tad.

    Somebody mentioned an ecu contains the flasher unit even though i dont think its this at fault.

    Anybody had experience of this type of fault on a 2004 VX Corsa.

    PLEASE
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    Quote Originally Posted by TFSI View Post
    Youngest daughters motor. Strange problem with the left turn indicator.

    Its like (difficult to explain) misses a beat or misses a few beats, will not work at all sometimes just flashes the dash indicator quickly. Bulbs, connections, have all been damp proofed and electrolubed including side marker. All 3 lamps skip beats when it occurs. Had a look at the stalk and gave the connections a clean and smear of electrolube even though the problem is still there when using the hazard switch.

    My first reaction was a dodgy connection or short but with the engine running the problem doesnt go away but does diminish a tad.

    Somebody mentioned an ecu contains the flasher unit even though i dont think its this at fault.

    Anybody had experience of this type of fault on a 2004 VX Corsa.

    PLEASE
    Any comments PLEASE I gotta fix this thing soon
    2013 1.4 TFSI S line 8V, Brilliant Red, Cruise Control, DIS, MFSW, Dual Climate, Leather, Front Fogs, 18in 5 Twin Spoke Alloys, Welly, Boot and Fishing Rod Racks.

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    Come on guys Somebody some where must know about the above.

    PLEASE again.
    2013 1.4 TFSI S line 8V, Brilliant Red, Cruise Control, DIS, MFSW, Dual Climate, Leather, Front Fogs, 18in 5 Twin Spoke Alloys, Welly, Boot and Fishing Rod Racks.

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    Its a vauxhall

    Nough said
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    First thing to check

    bulbs are they all connecting cleanly look for corrosion, then the flasher relay unit and even the hazard switches.

    Finally the indicator stalk itself.

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    Flasher unit Cracked it Last night
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