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Question.....1972 MGB.....I had no turn signals nor hazards. Did standard procedure of flipping the switch on/off with zest seversl times with no results. Replaced flasher unit. Now have strong turn signals but no hazards. Replaced switch. Still have turn signals but no hazards. Comments and suggestions appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you replace BOTH flashers?
Near the hazard switch
Behind center section is a hazard flasher. Change with same type you replaced turn signal one with.
It's an MG... isn't that explanation enough?
I'd be happy it has power to run.
Ah Lucas electrics , prince of darkness ,
were 72,s still using positive grounds ?
On my car the hazards only work if the turn signal lever is up or down when the flasher switch is on.
Check your ground points.
72 has the hazard flasher next to the switch behind the console. Check for power on the non ignition switched feed. More likely a bad connection than a bad flasher.
Thank you all for the comments. I will delve into the console today to check for the hazard flasher and associated fuse.
The trailer is ready to go to West Virginia.....now if the car would cooperate! 🙂 Well.....I do have turn signals on the car...working on hazards. Got a hazard flasher today...need to pull some of the console out..which is OK because I need to connect the speakers and put in a secondary charging outlet to run GPS, etc. . Yesterday the alternator decided to give up the ghost (or is that Lucas smoke)...my guess is the internal voltage regulator...it's in Champaign being rebuilt and should be back on Friday. It's always something.
Replaced hazard flasher with two different units...still no hazards. There is an online fuse for the hazards...any guess as to where it may be located?
That was the kind of s#it that happened on the '71, '72, '73, and '74 MGBs I owned that made me give up on them, and concentrate on Mk1 MGBs. Even early MGBs have enough issues of their own, but the electrical systems are a lot simpler and their switches more robust.
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