Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
Replaced the turnning signal/hazard switch in the strearing colum allready.. checked the fuses allready also i think maybe there is something the previous owner took off and did not put back on...i was thinking a flasher plug under the console to the left side? there is nothing pluged in there but i still have working turning signals and break lights...so if you can of anything let me know thanks..
Somwhere ,either in that empty fuse box flasher hole or up
under the dash there is another flasher ,or a place for one .
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
Some times they use two flashers one for turn and second for hazard if you are sure thats for that plug is for flasher then put one in
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
In many cars, there is a separate hazard flasher that creates a parallel circuit to your turn signals. Typically, these flashers look like little silver round cylinders or rectangles, and, as you have noted, they typically plug in somewhere beneath the dashboard, often near the fuse box. Sometimes, however, they can be a bit tricky to spot, so you can't assume that just because you don't see one, there's nothing there.
These flashers are usually pretty inexpensive (as little as $4-5 for a standard flasher), but they do come in several plug configurations, so take notice of the outlet where the flasher would plug in.
It sounds like you're on the right path to diagnosing this problem, so good luck getting to the finish line with this project.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electrical problem
Find the ground wire on one of the lights and add another ground wire to a good clean metal surface and see if that fixes the problem. It defently sounds like a ground problem at one of the lights.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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