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I need to replace the flasher device so that my turn signals will work and I don't know where it is and what it looks like to replace it
Depends on what kind of car you have , but the flasher is usually located beside or in the fuse box, which is under the dash by the driver's feet. [ depending on type of car ] The back of the fuse box panel will say where everything is. The flasher is usually a square plastic box the size of a dice or a bit bigger. It just plugs in . Some cars and trucks have this fuse box in the glove box, some others under the hood. Next time it will help to include the make and model of your car. You'll get better help that way. Hope this helps you. If it is no help, send the make and model
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The flasher for a 2000 Jetta is in the hazard light switch in the middle of the dash. If you want to replace the flasher, you'll need to replace that switch.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
SOURCE: gmc sierra turn flasher location
The flasher on this vehicle looks nothing like the flasher's of yesteryear. It will be located behind the drivers side knee bolster(under the steering wheel). It will be a small black box that is about 3 inches wide, 2 inches deep, and 1 inch thick. It may be somewhat difficult to locate because on some of the GM trucks they actually hide it behind the guage cluster bezel but to the left of the guages. Let me know if I can help you any further.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
SOURCE: 1997 sonoma turn signal flasher
it is inside, under dash, on left side is a plastic sound protector, mine had 3 screws holding it up, drop this down and straight in you will see a 1" round thing - this is the flasher, pull it out and replace with new one (there are two flat prongs that plug in). It appears this is a well guarded secret!
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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