Question about 1993 Buick Regal
The blinkers don't even light up but the flashers work.
Today I replaced the turn signal light flasher on my Buick LeSabre 1993 and they work good now. After reading here how to replace it I went to try it, but it was not located near the hazard flashers as stated by someone, isntead it was located way up near the AC vent to the left of the steering wheel. Very difficult to get it out, but I got it out and just lefted haging low near the fuse box, which is fine.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2011
Do u mean the hazard flashers work, but not the turn signals? If so, check the turn signal flasher, it should be replaced. If I didn't understand your question, let me know.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The do not run off the same fuse but they do run off the same blinker. Try turning on the key, click the left/right (check both) turn signal and then operate the 4 ways on and off at the same time. Work the 4 way switch back and forth 10 to 25 times and see if you get any short winks or blinks from the system.
Turn signals are usually on their own fuse in the glove box and hazard are on with the brake fuse. If this does not work, I would look at the blinker. It is possibly bad. Check each pin of the blinker and see if there is power there when you turn on the 4 ways or turn signals. Replace Blinker. Make calls to parts stores and dealer for location of this blinker.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
SOURCE: We have a buick lesabre
There should be two flasher relays.The one for the turn signals probably is bad.The easiest way to find it would be to turn on the hazards and listen to where the clicking is coming from.Track that down and the other flasher is usually next to it or within a few inches of it. As long as the hazard flasher is working you can remove that one and put it in the turn signal one just to verify that is the issue.If that corrects the issue you will need to purchase a flasher relay.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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