[Mgs] No Turn Signals
springer.mike51 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 18:52:20 MDT 2022
Just to put an end to this thread, the turn signals work now. I replaced
the hazard switch and like magic the turn signals started working again.
Added bonus, the hazard light work now too! ( They never did since I have
owned this car over a year now) I guess the switch was somewhat broken
from the start. Just not broken enough to stop the turn signals. Woohoo!
On Wed, Apr 20, 2022, 9:48 AM <h.duinhoven at planet.nl> wrote:
> The hazard switch in my 1971 BGT has been causing this issue from time to
> Flipping this hazard switch several times helped to cure this till now.
> 71 BGT
> *Van:* Mgs <mgs-bounces at autox.team.net> *Namens *Michael MacLean
> *Verzonden:* Monday, 18 April 2022 02:31
> *Aan:* Robert's New iPad <mgbobh at gmail.com>; mgs at autox.team.net
> *Onderwerp:* Re: [Mgs] No Turn Signals
> I very much appreciate the help from the list with my turn signal
> problem. This is to let you know, I think I know what the problem is.
> After looking at the wiring diagram in Rick Astley's book (MGB Electrical
> Systems) I noticed the turn signals are wired through the hazard switch.
> Just before the turn signals quit I was showing a friend the dash. I was
> showing him what switches worked and which didn't. One of the switches
> that has never worked was the hazard switch. I clicked it back and forth
> to show him. Right after that the turn signals quit. Until I looked at
> the wiring diagram I did not put it together. I just went out to the car
> to see if I rocked the switch back and forth maybe the turn signals would
> start working. Instead the switch broke internally and refused to move.
> It lasted 52 years. No complaints. I have ordered a new switch from
> Moss. We'll see if that fixes it. I might even get hazard flashers out of
> it too.
> Mike MacLean
> On Sun, Apr 17, 2022, 4:32 AM Robert's New iPad <mgbobh at gmail.com> wrote:
> A dog saboteur, perhaps?
> I would start at the basics, cleaning bulb contacts and ensuring
> that power is getting to each filament. Check that the earth wires, if
> present, are earthing.
> Then review the connections of wires to the fuses, and test each
> fuse is good by measuring power through it. It’s possible to seem OK with
> ohmmeter yet have insufficient current to light the lights.
> > On Apr 16, 2022, at 10:23 PM, Michael MacLean <springer.mike51 at gmail.com>
> > Last week the turn signals in the 69 MGB GT just stopped working. I
> have replaced the flasher unit. I know it is getting power because it
> audibly makes a clicking sound when I flip the turn signal stalk. I
> checked the fuses, both are good. I checked the incandescent bulbs in the
> front and they were OK. The rear turn signals are LED and quite new. I'm
> kind of at a loss here. They were working when I stopped the car at the
> dog park and the just weren't working when I started the car back up.
> Anything else I can check here?
> > Mike MacLean
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