Whether your battery is corroded or you need a fluid replacement, it’s important to get your car serviced regularly to identify minor problems before they become major issues.
As your trusted Mazda service providers, we are committed to keeping your car or SUV in great shape. One common problem that many drivers deal with is a broken turn signal.
How to Know When Turn Signals are Broken
When you engage your turn signal and it doesn’t flash, something may be broken. Sometimes, broken turn signals may engage for only one direction or they remain flashing despite being turned off.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms while using your turn signal, it’s time to get professional help.
Why Do Turn Signals Break?
Inside your car, there is a flash unit that operates as a circuit breaker. When you engage your turn signals, the flasher unit turns on the electrical circuit, providing you with a flashing effect.
When the flasher unit is overheated or malfunctions due to a broken metal strip, it may need to be replaced. Finding a professional to fix this issue is necessary; fortunately, our service center runs tons of Mazda service offers to help fix this issue.
Visit Our MAZDA Service Center
Our factory-trained technicians have decades of experience fixing cars. We aim to fix your car as quickly as possible so you can get back on the road as soon as possible. Our technicians can also identify any signs of wear and tear, so you can trust us to provide you with the right diagnosis.
If your turn signals are broken, schedule an appointment with our Mazda dealership today. We look forward to helping you out!