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    Posted: 18 Oct 19 at 17:44
operating my indicators ,left or right ,all my four ways come on !Anyone else had this issue ,any advice greatly appreciated
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Bad earth under the washer bottle?  Duff connections in the gubbins that make up the actual switch inside the steering column?  Funky relay? 
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thanks mate i,ll ave a look at it,pain in the arse tho ha ha 
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Check the earth's first,  then the relay.  I keep a spare one just in case.  You can find them on eBay. In my experience,  most old LTs suffer from the rot in each bottom corner of the windscreen.  So essentially you get a nice rotted hole right above your fuse box on the left and right above a cluster of earth's behind the washer bottle on the right.  Most of the time you won't know you've got the rot until you have the screen out but a good indicator is the condition of the drivers floor pan.  Perhaps the earth's are a bit corroded.  The fuse box is partially protected from drips by an additional metal plate welded above it and below the problem area on the bottom left of the screen so that doesn't tend to get wet. I've had a few relays go bad though.  I bet it's one of the two. 
I got me a 2.4 straight Six......and it's a soundin JUICY!

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thanks mate ,wheres the relay located on LT2 ? Spesh 
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On an LT2 I'd be thinking the switch unit on the steering column.  Comes as a whole unit with all the stalks and the hazard switch.  I got mine for about £40 new on ebay.  5 minute swap...

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many thanks TT 
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whats the score with replacing the switch mate ? Steering wheel off etc     spesh 

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Oooh, you've put me on the spot there!

Can't remember exactly but think probably yes.  Other than that its a couple or 4 screws holding the trim and the switch on.

My symptoms were extremely rapid indicator flashing or just no indicators at all.  Not ideal with a 300 mile motorway journey home...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Speshulbrew Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Oct 19 at 21:04
ha ha nice one TT just priced one up on fleabay , you were spot on price £40    thanks again 
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