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there is a flasher relay for the signals and its located behind the dash on the drivers side sometimes in the lower area of the dash.when the signals are working listen to the clicking noise to narrow down the area the flasher will be in.if all else fails you can go to the library and look for a book on your car and it will have the location in it.also if you know a tech he can help you locate it as well.
Lots of Fords were built with turn signal flashers and on different years and models they put them in differsbt plaCES. The most modern ones with the hazard flasher switch in the middle of the dash the flasher is in the hazard switch. You have to replace the switch to replace the flasher. I've found that punching the hazard switch on and off with the car running and the trun signal on that some of them start working asgain. Parts stores have some of them others have to be bought atr the dealer. If the car as preety new I've got most of them to work some just by turning them on and off many times.
It could be that one of the flasher module for the turn signals is bad. There should be 2 flasher modules: one for turn signals, and one for four way flashers. Check you vehicles manual for a location on the flasher modules, or Google a query like "Location of turn signal flasher module on a *Year Make Model*". After you locate them, it should be as simple as going to an auto parts store and asking them for a replacement module. If that doesn't work, I could be the switch in the dashboard, or a more complex wiring problem. Make sure you check all of your fuses too. I would say that if you cant fix it by replacing the flasher module, you should take it to a mechanic because it is very easy to destroy wiring in your car.
It seems that every model year the position of many components that had, in the past, always been in approximately the same location are moved to make things more confusing for the owner who wants to do some basic DIY stuff. I've found that registering for free at www.autozone.com I can access most of the owner and repair manuals I need. Try there, I'm sure you'll find a diagram showing the flasher location.
If you have already purchased the replacement flasher...then you know what it looks like...the location is usually under the drivers side dashboard to the left of the steering column...how do you know the flasher is bad...also some owners manuals help with location in the glossary...
Im assuming that you are talking about the FLASHERS for turning and hazard lights, the
Flasher is located front seating area, driver side, under dash, above
kick panel, mounted in bottom of convenience panel.
I suggtes check the Service Manual ZJ-Secc-8W-Wiring-Diagrams (page 8). Also, you have a nice SUV, me too have an 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2L MFI 8cyl.
i am not sure if there are not on the steering wheel its on the dash to the left try this website to see if they have your car listed if they do may be you can download a owner manual for your car its www.edmunds.com