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bastosmafka
09-26-2008, 10:50 AM
ok sooo.... when i signal in either direction my hazards come on. cant signal anymore cause it just looks like im turning my hazards on. anyone have a clue to where i should be looking? is it the hazard relay? if it is where is it located?

Glenns Audi
09-26-2008, 11:36 AM
I got a similar problem. when i try to put on my signals it stays constant and does not blink. kinda dangerous actually.

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bastosmafka
09-27-2008, 11:47 AM
bump. come one someones gotta know. search didnt get me a specific problem like mine. i want to know for sure that its the hazard relay before i use some money.

Glenns Audi
09-28-2008, 12:20 AM
I did some research for us man. Here you go. =)

http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=133271&highlight=turn+signal+stuck

kingdon
09-29-2008, 09:29 AM
Hi guys I hope I can be of help I had the same problem with my Audi 2000 1.8the problem is you have to change the hazard light unit that button you push in your car it controls the turn signals also I was amazed because I taught it was a switch in the steering or some relay in the car. Any way the hazard light unit didn't cause more than $40.00 at the dealer and it is easy to change.The plastic molding that holds the hazard light switch in, I had use a dinner knife to remove the molding there are clips that hold the molding in please be careful they are easy to break, after you remove the old hazard switch plug the new one in to make sure it works your turn signals R & L sides,Good luck guys.[wrench]

Glenns Audi
09-29-2008, 09:20 PM
Hi guys I hope I can be of help I had the same problem with my Audi 2000 1.8the problem is you have to change the hazard light unit that button you push in your car it controls the turn signals also I was amazed because I taught it was a switch in the steering or some relay in the car. Any way the hazard light unit didn't cause more than $40.00 at the dealer and it is easy to change.The plastic molding that holds the hazard light switch in, I had use a dinner knife to remove the molding there are clips that hold the molding in please be careful they are easy to break, after you remove the old hazard switch plug the new one in to make sure it works your turn signals R & L sides,Good luck guys.[wrench]

im having the hardest time to take off the actual hazard unit. i used every pliers i got and it still wont come out. any help would be great!

thanks!

jankaroni
09-30-2008, 04:01 AM
im having the hardest time to take off the actual hazard unit. i used every pliers i got and it still wont come out. any help would be great!

thanks!

after i took off that front bezel mine slid right out with a little bit of force [confused]

shtz821
10-05-2008, 07:40 AM
i had the same problem with my 1.8t a4 and it drove me nuts and took me 3 months to figure it out bc i didnt want to go to the dealer, but its such a relief when you fix it bc its cheap and easy