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No turn signals

I have a 94 camaro recently the turn signals quit all together so I replaced the switch and still no signals. Hazard flashers still work but no turn signals on either side, front or back. I also tried another flasher but no change. Also does it use the same flasher for the hazards and turn indicators and if not where would the indicator one be? At my wits end with this thing.

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  • RB30_06 Feb 06, 2009

    I have found one of them if it has 2 it was located on the convenience panel where the horn relay and the chime for the lights,keys in ignition ect and it is the one that makes noise when the hazards are running. None located at the fuse block that i have seen or anywhere else for that matter. Would it look the same as the hazard one?

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Check to make sure none of your turn signal bulbs are burnt out. unlike many cars, these cars will just keep the green arrow on without flashing, instead of the usual rapid flashing that normally happens when a bulb burns out in other cars. Ive had this happen to my Trans Am, and it drove me crazy.

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The fuse to your siginals are blow just too oyur siginals if not that then it's your wiring.

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They are seperate flashers. most times they are both on fuse block or clipped along the metal inside edge of the lower part of dash. Don't count on that. if someone changed it once, it could be tucked into wiring somewhere.

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  • Richard Scordino Feb 06, 2009

    Bothe flashers look the same OEM are either yellow or blue plastic, atermarket ones are silver or gold metal.

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