Question about 1997 Mercury Sable
On my 1997 sable, turn signals and emergency flashers stopped working. where is the flasher located?
Had same problem on 1997 Sable wagon - turn signals and flasher both quit. Manual says the hazard flasher switch/button should make a clicking noise when depressed. Followed advice on this site and worked hazard flasher button - no luck. Checked fuse. Messed with hazard button again, and suddenly got a click and signals and flashers were again operational. Rather than mash the button, I pushed it sideways toward the dash and that made conact. If you can't get the button to work, you have to replace the multifunction switch (the turn signal stalk). The hazard button is part of this switch, i.e. it's all one unit.. On line prices vary from about $40 to $110. Local part stores have for $50 to $60. You have to remove the key lock mechanism, the steering column cover, and the ignition switch to remove the multifunction switch.
Posted on Mar 08, 2013
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