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Re: my 94 grad am blinkers stoped working but the hazard...
A burned out bulb is the most likely cause for your blinkers to not work and your hazards to continue to work normally. You can also check your public library for a Chilton or Haynes Manual (or auto parts store) for your specific make, model, and year range to see if there may be a second flasher relay (blinker). Another easy way to find it is if you have any blinkers at all, turn them on and follow the sound of the "tick tick" to it's source. Most cars have them under the steering wheel, behind the dash, or right next to your left foot as you are sitting in the driver's seat. I hope I could help you find what you're looking for. Good luck and don't forget to rate! Thank you!
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The blinker relay is getting worn out. It's right behind the hazard lights switch. Pull off the black trim around the radio, hazard, ets, and the relay is write there. Next time the blinkers stop working hit the hazard button or hit the trim just above the hazard lights button. Mines been doing it off and on and I just hit the trim above the hazard button and they start blinking again. Never have time or remember to get a new relay.
if your fuse is good. and you have power at the brake light switch and when you hit the brakes you have power coming out the otherside of brake light switch/which would be the white wire/ check that the white wire is sending power up the turn signal switch. if theres power there and your turnsignals work? im afraid that your turnsignal switch is bad rare but it has been known to happen.
The Flasher Relay is defective. Replace it. Know that your car has 2 Relays. One for the Turn Signals and one for the Hazard Lights.
The Turn Signal flasher relay is located on the driver's side, under dash, behind instrument panel, mounted on passenger side of steering column.
The Hazard Relay is located on the driver's side, under dash, driver's side of steering column, mounted in lower corner of fuse block.
Make sure you replace the correct relay.
you can find it easily I just did mine take off the kick panel on your drivers side under the steering column and right above the brake pedal and gas pedal get a hand held mirror and look you will see a gray box right above the computer connector you will see a pink chime box a flasher for hazards and a relay a white box my turn signal flasher was behind this gray box I pulled on a wire and the flasher is attached to these wires with a black connector use a flathead screw driver to pry it up off and put in the new.
Try replacing the Flasher Relay. It has 2 relays, one for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. The one for the turn signals is located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, behind instrument panel, mounted on passenger side of steering column. The hazard flasher is located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in top of convenience panel. Replace the Turn signal flasher. Curtorsey: Auto Zone.
Hi mate this is an easy wiring diagram to use and you only have one flasher unit for both flasher and Hazard operations. Sorry for taking so long to answer bit buzzy. I have a circuit stored some where in my brain for a two flasher unit also but this one is the most simplest you will get.
Remember to fuse the Ignition wire. Ask the supplier which contacts are negative and positive on the flasher, don't mix them up you will blow up the flasher. If the dash lights aint working run a wire parrallel to those wires from the circuits left and right (two terminal Type). Some flashers have a build in (three terminal Type) dash signal terminal.
check the indicator flasher or relay that operate the blinkers or indicator light & hazard light system, check the combination switch for proper working if problem with it better replace it, if you are not able to solve the problem better take vehicle to nearest GM workshop for proper repair & checkup to be done & get the problem solve
Try replacing the Flasher first before spending to much money for a possible simple fix. If it's not your flasher then it could be the turn signal leaver.
Ok, this may seem stupid, but that's what they did to the blazer. They set the flasher near the middle and under the center console behind the radio. It's to the left of the radio right behind the dash. The hazard flasher and the turn signal flasher are side by side. It right next to the Cig lighter behind the panel. They do mark the turn signal from the hazard flasher on the plastic behind them. Turn is on the right. Good luck and hope this helps.
A Mechanic told me my switch was broken, but the switch was working fine, the lights just stopped flashing. After some research and consulting with a male friend who knows more about this than I, we discovered it was only the turn signal flasher -- a $16.00 part. On the 2000 model, it's located under the dash, on a separate fuse panel I didn't even know was there. It's to the left of the steering column and right behind the main fuse box, but you can only get to it by going up under the dash. The green one is a little hard to get to, but that's the one for the hazard lights. Its easy to see with a good shop light. It's 1" by 1" ish. The turn signal flasher is below the green one. It's black and a little smaller, and much easier to get to. You simply unplug it and plug the new one in. Voila! There are other fuses on this panel -- I'm not sure what they go to, but I intend to find out so I don't waste money replacing parts I don't need to.