I also read that the hazards will automatically turn on if you've been in an accident and the airbags have deployed but I have had no accidents or anything. When i mention the horn to my mechanic he immediately said security system if the horn also was going off. Went on & off the first time. For no apparent reason whether the car is driving or if it's sitting locked in the driveway the hazard lights come on erratically. When i push the harzards button they stop. Any thoughts? Come join the discussion about reviews, performance, trail riding, gear, suspension, tires, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, for all JL, JT, JK, TJ, YJ, and CJ models! Hi All, I had a weird thing happen last night and it freaked my wife out a bit. It doesn't happen often, but every few days or so I'll be driving along, and they'll just start blinking. Generally, hazard lights are used in cases where your vehicle becomes a hazard for other drivers on the road or to increase your visibility in a potentially dangerous situation as break down or need to change a tire or in case of a medical emergency. So once again the battery got disconnected. Weird issue we got this morning - we have a set of ceiling lights that are connected to a dimmer (GE Zwave) - and this morning even when the switch is off, one light keeps switching on and off - as if it was pulsating - off and on, off and on. Problem: When parked or while driving, the hazard lights will start flashing on its own. Hi got a jaguar xf 3.0D on a 10 plate, had it for 4 weeks now. While driving home from work, my truck hazard lights came on by themselves, and started to flicker on and off while the high beams did the same. Random Acts of Kindness and All things Positive! The next morning the battery was completely dead. Then started by itself again, then went fast & slow. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. ALLEN HEBDEN MEMBER; 2016 CHEVROLET MALIBU; 147,000 MILES; I have pulled the switch and the hazard lights still come on by themselves. MARTIN LEWIS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOCKDOWN FINANCES, DISNEY+ TO HIKE PRICES BY UP TO £20 A YEAR - HERE'S HOW TO BEAT IT, INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS TO THE UK MUST SHOW NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS TEST RESULT FROM NEXT WEEK. A broken turn signal “canceling” mechanism that won’t shut off the “blinkers” after a turn, A partial or complete loss of intermittent wiper control. We don't as a general policy investigate the solvency of companies mentioned (how likely they are to go bust), but there is a risk any company can struggle and it's rarely made public until it's too late (see the. It was just the hazard lights turning themselves on without warning at all times of night and day with no cause. Monday, March 30th, … The hazard lights on my car are randomly coming on. What is the percentage of accidents where the warning lights are used? This problem has happened when the car is shut off and also while being driven. Thread starter Justin G; Start date Jul 3, 2016; Justin G Senior Member. The car is with Audi at the moment (under warranty thankfully) and they have changed the Hazard Relay. familiarise yourself with the latest version. The hazard warning flasher should be used whenever you find it necessary to stop the car in a hazardous location. Looking at the wiring diagram the indicators & hazards use the same flasher relay. They eventually go off after about 45 seconds, but it has happened repeatedly. go with klas. This info does not constitute financial advice, always do your own research on top to ensure it's right for your specific circumstances and remember we focus on rates not service. When i park and leave my truck my hazard lights come on by themselves, all of the fuses are good. There is a short in the connections so the hazard lights are flashing. Hello all, I have a problem with an Audi A4 2003 model. However, many motorists inappropriately use these hazard warnings. As far as I am aware, there's no automatic feature to turn warning lights on in an accident, but I might have missed something somewhere.