Now everything is working but the turn signals and we cannot find the flasher to replace it we have been out there in the rain for 4 hours we even bought the book and it is no help we looked under the dash board and the glove box where else could it be???? Please Help Thank You
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Re: Just The Turn Signals
Ok remove the under dash plastic panel on both sides. or just lower it remove the lower part of the instrument panel in the center, the CONVIENCE CENTER is behind that panel in the center you will need a TORX screwdriver and I believe that you also need to remove the ashtray i think but please if I'm wrong forgive me If gthis information is helpful please rate this a fixya! and if I can be of any additional help on this question please contact me here or email me at email@example.com Thanks so much, Randy
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you have a separate flasher for the turn signals.this is what your problem sounds like.if all your lights are working including the signal indicator on the dash then it will be the signal flasher.if you turn on the hazard flashers and locate it under the dash, this will show you what the turn signal flasher will look like.then you will have to look for the flasher unit on the fuse panel that looks like the hazard flasher.replace the turn signal flasher and you will have your signal flashers again
under the dash is a blinker solenoid. it constantly clicks when the turn signals are on. could be bad. Does the four way hazards work? if they do then it will be your turn signal switch (the handle you use to turn on the turn signals.) I've been a mechanic for 10 yrs. Hope this helps
There is a turn signal flasher under dash...most have a flasher for the emergency signals and one for the turn signals...some have one flasher....but check fuses first...normally it is fuse burnt...if you can locate the flasher normally they will get abnormally warm when bad......it should look like a round or square silver shiney or black cube.........if these are good with ign.on hold turn signal lever down firmly ...if it works replace turn signal unit.....if none of this works you have to troubleshoot wiring...
...normally yellow wire is left turn and green wire is right turn...black or white is ground red is stop light....but normally it is a blown fuse or flasher.
there is a flasher for both 4 way & regular turn signals ( check to make sure the bulbs are good
the backs are easy >>> Just step on the brake, If the lights light up the bulbs are good you my have to remove the bulbs one at a time in the front check your ground wires to the lights if everything is good replace the flasher unit if that fails replace the turn signal switch
Will your Center High-Mount Stop Light
(CHMSL) illuminate when you depress the brake pedal, but the lower/outer lights will not?
-- Do you have to hold the signal lever in a
certain spot to get the turn signals to flash?
-- Do you have to hold the signal lever in a
certain spot to get the lower/outer brake lights to illuminate?
-- Will the signals work in one direction,
but not the other?
If you answered yes to any of the preceeding
questions, your turn signal switch is likely malfunctioning.
**One more question before we continue: Is
the turn signal lever not "cancelling" (returning to the "off"
position) after you make a turn? If this is the case, you have a broken
Before you begin disassembly of your steering
column, verify the turn signal flasher is not malfunctioning. If your brake lights
work fine, but not the signals (either direction,) then it's likely the flasher is burnt
out. The flasher itself is located underneath the dash near where the steering
column passes through the firewall