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1998 Town & Country flasher signal relay


Hello Mary,

You most likely need a new combination flasher. It's located in the relay box under the dash on the driver's side.

Autozone has them but their cost seems a little pricey for a flasher relay.

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Jul 26, 2016 | Chrysler Town and Country Cars & Trucks

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Flasher relay location


On the left above fuse box panel in side the truck (on the drivers lower of dash is the access)... the flasher relay will click if bad, when you turn key on and turn on directional signal... you will feel it clicking with your hand.... some modes have the relay under the hood in the relay box just above battery....

Dec 27, 2013 | 2000 Nissan Frontier

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Where is the flasher relay on sterling SC8000 truck


Isn't this just a HD Ram truck? What year and what model? 2500 3500 series.

Apr 29, 2013 | Sterling Cars & Trucks

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Turn signals stopped working but were working yesterday. Any ideas?


More than likely the electronic turn signal flasher is defective.
Instructions
  1. Remove the Old Flasher Relay
    • Using your socket wrench, disconnect the negative cable from the car's battery terminal. The negative terminal and cable are identified on the top of the battery using the minus ("--") symbol. Once the cable is disconnected, wrap the metal end completely with the black electrical tape. Lay the cable down and make sure it's not touching any metal surfaces.
    • 2Open the driver side front door and kneel or position yourself so that you're able to see under the dashboard.

    • 3Locate the automotive flasher relay under the dashboard on the right-hand side. The flasher relay is about the same size as an ice cube. It will be held in place by one screw and will have a three-pronged wiring harness connected to it.
    • 4Remove the screw holding the flasher relay in place and slowly lower it from underneath the dashboard.
    • 5Hold the flasher relay in one hand, and with the other hand gently disconnect the wiring harness plug from the relay. Never separate the flasher relay by pulling the harness off by the wires, always hold the plastic harness plug itself.
    Install the New Flasher Relay
    • 6Inspect the new flasher relay to make sure it isn't damaged. Hold the new flasher relay and the old one side by side and compare them, ensuring that they are exactly the same.
    • 7Carefully plug the wiring harness connector into the new flasher relay. Make sure no other wires are intertwined as you raise the flasher and harness back into position under the dashboard.
    • 8Secure the flasher relay by returning its mounting screw.
    • 9Unwrap the negative battery cable's connector and reattach it to the car's battery terminal. Turn the power on or start your car and test out the new flasher relay to make sure it's working properly

Nov 08, 2012 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Does the speed of interval matter between flashes on flasher units i want to put a different unit on reccomended by auto elec. but it flashes a lot quicker.


depending on the flasher itself,, may cause the speeds of the unit to flash faster or slower depending on the internal workings of the flasher,

Jul 06, 2011 | 2005 Sterling 827

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The Turn signals on my 1998 Toyota Corolla will not work they won't even show up on dashboard what is the problem?


Do the flashers still work? This sounds like a bad flasher relay problem.Locate the flasher for the turn signals and hazard lights. The flasher relay is under the dash near the steering column. It will be the larger of the square relays.Try wiggling it to see if turn siganls will work or emergency flashers will work. The relay should look like this jsmes1027.jpg

Nov 10, 2010 | 1998 Toyota Corolla

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No flashers or turn signals


Try the fuse/breaker panel under hood, drivers side.

Jun 20, 2008 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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