Question about 2001 Chrysler Concorde
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
COMBINATION FLASHER LOCATION
The Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Flasher is combined into one unit called a Combination Flasher (Combo-Flasher) The combo-flasher controls the flashing of the hazard warning system and the turn signal system. An inoperative bulb or incomplete turn signal circuit will result in an increase in flasher speed.
The combo-flasher is mounted to the in-line bracket which is located to the right of the Junction Block. The flasher can be removed by pulling in an rearward direction. The left under panel silencer duct must be removed to access the flasher. The combo-flasher is black in color for ease of identification
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
there are separate relays and fuses under the hood in a black box check the fuses first and then the relay for the front turn signals and flashers
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
You more likely have a bulb that is no good. The next time your signals aren't working, pull over and check to see which bulb isn't working. Make sure the turn signal is on while checking. It should only be the left or right. Not both. Sometimes you can see the blown bulb with the hazards on depending on your model vehicle. Simply check the bulb thats not blinking for a tight fit. Then replace it if thats not the cure.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
SOURCE: 1998 Seabring flasher stuck on
problem is most likely a bad multifunction switch (turn signal/high
beam stalk). What I recommend to do is to disconnect the multifunction
switch and see if the right turn signal stops flashing. If it does, then
replace the switch. If it does not, then replace the combination
flasher. Here is the information on how to replace the switch and the
flasher. The flasher is mounted to the rear of the switch.
COMBINATION FLASHERThe flasher is mounted to the back side of the multi-function switch. To gain access the upper steering column cover must be removed. Refer to Steering Column Cover removal procedures below. The flasher can be removed by pulling it forward. The flasher is serviced separately from the multi-function switch. The flasher is black in color for ease of identification Combination Flasher Location
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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put your car in park and turn the engine off. let it sit for a half hour to make sure all components and wires have had time to cool off. pop the hood. unplug the electrical connector found on the back of the headlight unit. push down on the release tab, located on the top of the connector, while gently pulling the wiring out of the unit. take out the burnt bulb (turning it counterclockwise of course). once the bulb is loose enough, pull the bulb out replace it with the new one.
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