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Help cant get hazards to turn off in 1990 chevy silverado

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Take a screwdriver and push in on the lil hazard button or pull out on it gently with a pair of pliers sometimes gets stuck.

Posted on Dec 08, 2012

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    woods72397 Dec 08, 2012

    i tried that and it didnt work

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SOURCE: HAZARD LIGHTS DON'T WORK

The Signal Flasher is on the back side of the Fuse Panel. To access it, remove the driver side lower dash.

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SOURCE: 1990 C1500: i have a chevy 1500 silverado 1990, ...

it will need to be properly diagnosed,it can be a gasket,hose,spout,welch plug,drain plug etc etc.best bet is to get the cooling system pressure tested,this will pin point the leak.

Posted on May 19, 2010

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