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Your indicator relay has stopped working. You will need to replace the relay. If you have an owners workshop manual you can locate it yourself. Failing that ask on google for the location of the correct relay generally located in or near the fuse boxes, but can be located under the steering column. Make sure you know which is the correct relay as there maybe be the starter motor relay and others located nearby.
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Open glove box, pull out owner manual 4 2005 Potiac Grand Prix. Look in index 4 fuse & relay's. What R U needing flasher relay location 4? If no location in Owner Manual, U will need to locate flasher relay using a Chilton Vehicle and/or preferred Mitchell Vehicle Manual using the index 4 fuse & relays. U may check out these @ all public library U R A current member. When/if U find above questions, I will attempt 2 help ya out! (Smiles here)
are you refering to flashers not working and need to find the relay? If so its located in the fuse/relay box (under dash left of the steering column) most likely its the largest (black) relay in there. OEM part# 4686094 its easier to access by removing lower trim panel and or knee blocker.
I believe the hazard/flasher relay is located under/left of the dash . I think if you remove the under panel under the steering column it should be attached to the BCM bracket under the dash on the left side.
Remove the left instrument panel (IP) insulator.
Remove the steering column filler panel.
Slide the hazard and turn signal flasher to the right, releasing the tabs from the Body Control Module (BCM) bracket.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the hazard and turn signal flasher.