00 buick lesabre turn signal problem


slowsuki1
04-07-2009, 12:47 AM
i have a 00 buick lesabre that i am having problem with no turn signals. it first started with the infamas fast blinker on drivers side, so i replaced all the bulbs , so when that did not fix the problem, i thought it was the socket, but it turned out ok, so i replaced the flasher and after that, i have no blinkes at all, haz work but no blinkers. i tryed old flasher but still no blinkers. i checked the fuse that runs the blinkers, it was ok.i replaced it anyway.is there any hidden fuse that i missed somewhere,any sugestons ? thanks.

brcidd
04-07-2009, 08:01 AM
Try looking under rear seat- on driver's side at the rear fuse block- there are lamp circuit fuses in there...

slowsuki1
04-07-2009, 10:51 AM
the only fuse that i could find that was marked for the turn sig /haz was under the back seat, and that is the one i replaced wich looked fine but you never know. i am wondering if there is a fuse in the colum or hidden under the dash that is not able to see.

brcidd
04-07-2009, 12:49 PM
Should also be a related fuse in the under hood fuse block

imidazol97
04-07-2009, 01:18 PM
i have a 00 buick lesabre that i am having problem with no turn signals. it first started with the infamas fast blinker on drivers side, so i replaced all the bulbs , so when that did not fix the problem, i thought it was the socket, but it turned out ok, so i replaced the flasher and after that, i have no blinkes at all, haz work but no blinkers. i tryed old flasher but still no blinkers. i checked the fuse that runs the blinkers, it was ok.i replaced it anyway.is there any hidden fuse that i missed somewhere,any sugestons ? thanks.

Check IGN 1 Fuse 12 10 amp Rear Fuses
Fuse 36 15 A Rear Fuses Tsignal and Hazard
Stop lights are Fuse 19 15 A.

That's all I can see.

slowsuki1
04-07-2009, 02:01 PM
you my friend are a hero, it was #12 10amp fuse i never evean thought to look at that fuse thanks a bunch.

imidazol97
04-07-2009, 02:25 PM
you my friend are a hero, it was #12 10amp fuse i never evean thought to look at that fuse thanks a bunch.

Thanks for coming back and telling us what you found.

pcmos
05-12-2009, 07:53 AM
I'd also mention to make sure you are using the correct bulbs. I've seen a number of LeSabre's cruising around with rear lamp lenses melted because someone used the wrong bulb. You don't want to overheat your lenses or potentially blow a fuse again.

The owner's manual for my 00 specifies the following:

Rear Tail/stop/turn signal (rear corners) - Bulb 3357
Trunk mounted tail lamps - Bulb 194
Trunk Mounted Back-Up lamps - Bulb 3057

Front Turn Signal - 3157

IHatecars7777
07-27-2014, 04:57 PM
I am having this same issue and have changed the fuses listed in this thread. No dice. Any further suggestions? Thanks!

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