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Ken Miller

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    '99 Boxster
  1. You were right, DBJoe. The wires to the turn signal light were completely stripped. I did the quick and dirty fix of wrapping each wire in electrical tape. At first, this didn't seem to fix the problem. The turn signals and hazard lights didn't work. There was an improvement in that the fuse wasn't blowing, so the short appears to have been fixed. Then I happened to notice that if the hazard light button was engaged, the turn signals would work. So now I have a car with working turn signals and no hazard lights. Obviously an improvement, and the car can now be safely driven assuming the fix ho
  2. The signal lights and hazard lights on my '99 Boxster suddenly stopped working a couple of days ago. No obvious event preceded it, but it was a very rainy day. I checked the B6 fuse and it was blown. When replaced, the left turn signal is fine but as soon as I engage the right turn signal the fuse blows again. Is it possible this is being caused by an issue in the passenger side signal light and changing it will fix the problem? Any other ideas? Much appreciation in advance.
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