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Hazzard lights
« March 22, 2020, 13:12:06 »
I have 2011 model the hazard lights are stuck on all the time whether the hazard switch is on or off  :crazy1: and the blinkers are not working and I don't hear the clicking sound when I turn the signals arm left or right :confused:

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Re: Hazzard lights
« Reply #1 : March 22, 2020, 14:53:33 »
I don't want to cause alarm as I'm new to the i30 , but I had exactly this on my 2010 i20  and it was the indicator stalk shorting out after 150,000miles.

I couldn't work out why it kept clicking and then smoke started coming out of the stalk.  Still got the video somewhere.
 Extremely rare.  Hyundai breaker said he'd never heard of it and never seen it. Luckily I took the old one with me and he soon believed me.

But could be just as simple as a sticky hazard switch.

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Re: Hazzard lights
« Reply #2 : March 22, 2020, 15:45:48 »
Do all 4 indicators light up?

at the same time?
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Re: Hazzard lights
« Reply #3 : March 23, 2020, 01:42:49 »
Actually the 6 of them the head and tail lights and the Wing blinkers are all stuck on. the normal way for them to work that they blink as long as any of the car doors is open once they are all closed the blinkers go off but now they are all stuck on and the hazard switch and the signals Arm not working
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Re: Hazzard lights
« Reply #4 : March 23, 2020, 01:51:23 »
Time to visit an Auto Electrician, if itís the stalk they can likely repair it.


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