May 13, 2023 - 10:41 AM
Go to the fuse box and locate the yellow fuse holder that has two fuses held inside it. Take your finger and stick it on the fuse and push firmly down on the tops of the fuses. Does the condition change? If not, grab the fuse holder and pull up firmly while wiggling it to release it from the fuse box, then take the fuses out of it with needle nose pliers. Is there visible sign of damage to the fuses?
May 15, 2023 - 12:46 PM
Based on the details you have explained. Your signal intermittently works, then fails for a random period. There seems to be a loose contact on the circuitry of the signal lights going to the turn signal switch (multi-function switch). Trace the problem by checking the relay or fuse for the signal lights if all are pushed in to their slots. Check the fuse box rear portion for any issues with the wires coming from it, and if nothing unusual shows up, the turn signal switch could be the culprit. Trial and error is a must. You might need to test a new turn signal switch. We have the one for your 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor. Click here to order it.