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Audi A8L 2005 D3 - Turn Signal / Flasher Problem

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Old 06-20-2015, 06:02 PM
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Default Audi A8L 2005 D3 - Turn Signal / Flasher Problem

Hi,

I hope someone on this forum can help with my problem. My right turn signal work fine (Clicking, dash light and signal all work) but my left turn signal does not work (No clicking, no dash light and no exterior signal light). When i use the hazard/emergency flash, all 4 signals work meaning (All clicking, both dash light arrows work and all 4 exterior light flash).

I've done lots of research on this and the most i see are related to the flasher/turn signal relay problem. I've been trying to locate the relay with no luck ! I've took the driver plenum side out and checked all the relays (two relays 373 and one 395 relay, one 40 Amp, one 90 Amp) and none of them seem to control the turn signals). The Audi 2005 A8L does not seem to have the relay inside the hazard switch like other Audi Models as i took the trim off to check. I'm at lost now and don't know if it's the relay causing the problem and if it is then where the location is ?

I'd appreciate the help.

Thanks,
Andy
 
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