Question about 2006 Buick LaCrosse
Turn signal flasher is usually located, in most vehicles, in or under and in back of the dashboard glove box, or in the area of the fuse box..which could be under the dash on the driver's side, or with the door open.... where the side dashboard meets the door frame on either driver's or passenger side.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turn signal flasher
there are 2 one for the hazards and one for the blinkers
the hazards are under the dash about where your right knee would be you have to remaove the lower portion of the dash (2 screws)
the blinkers are way up under the dash by the parking brake.....way up you have to get on your back and move wires to see it if the flasher still works a little you can hear it.....again its way up there but you dont have to remove anything to get to it.
I just changed mine it took 10 times as long to find it as it did to replace it
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
check the earth wire first,wattage on the bulbs in case their wrong or old type bulbs ,check supply voltage ,if all ok then fit aux spot lights .if still having a problem have eyes checked as over 40 the old peepers can deteriorate ,dont know the name of it but it can affect some people at a younger age than others,glasses will not correct this problem.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
With key on press & release gas pedal three times. Turn key off & back on . Should be off. If Not Go to the owners manual & do it through your radio controls.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
The bright light fitting is the same as the dim so take it apart fist to see how the cover screws off/on and the light comes out. Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. If not, then you need to release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin just like you were pulling a nail by the head. That should give you more space.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
Time to change the flasher unit, it's usually close to the drivers side of vehicle and behind a fuse box access panel and will have something like "12v 23/98W " on it. It's a largish cube shaped componant and may be water damaged !
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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