Question about 1994 Buick Century
I have a 1994 buick century,in the signal lights are not working i think it needs a flasher where bout is it located
The way to check if you need a flasher is to turn on your 4-ways (emergency flashers), if you have emergency -- shut that off and then try both turn signals. I had a flash on my right (OK); The left had lights on both front and rear with no FLASH, which meant that the 2way flasher was not function.
I was told to turn my 4-ways on and it would help me locate my 2way ------ NOT So. I bent, twisted, readjusted and thought some ugly words, but it wasn't so bad once I found it (even though I disasembled almost all the bottom panels of the dash) so here's my version:
I just replaced my 2 way flasher: it was to the right of the steering column and was tucked up high and Clipped in the approximate vicinity where your right kneecap would be as you drive, behind the dash panel. Look for a silver flasher, the one I replaced it with was yellow. My 4-way I Heard on the left side of the column.
Best to you, it wasn't much fun not being able to see, not knowing what I was doing, and not being a young person anymore! But the ol' gal got it done, NOW THE COPS won't be following me for that anymore!!! ...................leathers
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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