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Location of Turn signal flasher for 95 Nissan 4wd 4cyl MT

Both the turn signal and the hazard lights come on but does not flash. I need to know the location of these flashers so I can replace it. 1995 Nissan Short bed XE 4wd 5 spd. 2400 4cyl. 108000 mi

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  • byrdman_357 Jan 28, 2009

    Have looked under dash and I know what it looks like but I still cant seem to find it.

  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    I have the same problem with a 99 nissan frontier.  Do you think that it is the flasher bulb, a blown fuse, crossed wiring or what.  My hazard light button does not work either, but it has not worked for a while. The left turn signal is on, but does not flash or turn off.

  • gregory williams Oct 20, 2013

    REPLACE SIGNAL LIGHT SWITCH.$65 TO $75

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Found it!! - It is indeed under the dash, directly above the clutch pedal arm and attached to the brake support bracket. The original one was black and NOT round. It's about 1.5 inches long and 1 inch square. The three wires drop down out of the bottom and there is a connector release you have to push to release the wires. The flasher relay itself can slide off the mounting point, with a little extra pressure, pushing towards the left side (outward) of the truck. (left hand drive models).

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  • Mike Jan 12, 2010

    forgot to mention - I called a guy at Autozone who looked it up to guide me to the right area. Nobody else was able to help. (I don't work for them, just happy to pass on info about their better side)

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The flasher is under the dash its about 1-2 inches round and about an 1 inch thick Please rate my response thank you very much

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