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Where is the turn signal flasher on a 97 v90?

Where is the flasher?

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The V90 indicator flasher unit is built in to the hazard warning switch, you need to pull the switch out of the dash unplug it and replace the switch unit with a new one which simply pushed back into the dash after plugging the conector back in the new one.

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Not in with fuses in panel? Us your hazard flasher as an indicator. turn it on & listen for the noise (clicking) . Once you locate that , your signal flasher is probably right there, and look the same if not identical.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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    From what i have since found out, your signal flasher may be built in to your signal/wiper switch, which requires replacement of that part to fix problem. I'd give a Volvo dealer a call, just to double check.



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