The blinker unit is in the inside of the dash, not the firewall. Its there
so you can hear it too. But first you should check all the bulbs and their
sockets. Especially the rear clip sockets.
The horn's relay is above the master cylinder pointing toward the heater
valve. Mine was intermittent and replacement was the answer. Also the
spring connector under the steering wheel should be checked.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Ambrose <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 8:11 AM
Subject: Spit turn Signals
> As I continue to sort out my '71 Spit, I'm running into some difficulty
> getting the turn signals to function. Here's the deal:
> The front turn signals will turn on, but not blink and the rear ones don't
> glow at all. I switched the hazard light off and on a bunch of times and
> awhile, the dash hazard indicator light glowed, but no front or back
> lights blinked. However that doesn't even glow now.
> Another clue: while driving at dusk, I noticed the headlights wouldn't go
> on. I rotated the fuse and they worked.
> Oh, the horn doesn't work, either.
> Finally, is the flasher on the back of the firewall 'tray' above the coil?
> Whatever it is, I took it out and cleaned the two prongs. Still, no hazard
> or turn signals.
> As you can tell by my questions, I don't have a grasp of either where to
> clean the connections or what to replace.
> Thanks for any help,