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Turn signal flasher relay location in a 2005 chevy van 2500

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SOURCE: no flashers or turn signals

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

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 1988 corsica turn signal flasher unit

Look under Driverside Dash under Steering wheet find the Plug for Scanner then go straight UP from there It Should Be Cliped to A Bracket DIRECTLY ABOVE THE DIAGNOSTIC LINK PLUG Its Ther Just Hunt for it sometimes People change them and DONT Put EM BACK

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SOURCE: 2001 chevy cavalier turn signal relay location

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SOURCE: Flasher Relay location- 1998 Mazda B3000 pickup 4x4

On my 2000 Mazda B3000 it's up underneath the dash right by the steering column, like they said, blue plastic square relay

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SOURCE: where is the flasher relay located on a 2002 jeep

It is not the relay, you have a defective bulb on the side that is not.

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Hi there, I have a 2005 Chevy Malibu 3.5L engine with an error code B3948. Does anyone know how to resolve this? Thanks!


See if the signal flashes, buy a new bulb. Some Chevy no longer use a flasher relay, the signal comes from the body computer.

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Most cars the flasher relays are up under the dash not far from the steering column. I had several makes of cars and they all were up there.

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My turn signals are not working on the 2005 kia shortage n I can't find the relay


Most likely a signal flasher issue and not a relay. Most flashers are under the dash in the fuse/relay panel. Check owners manual for location

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Turn signal relay location for a 2004 gmc savanna 2500 van


It is a "Turn Signal/Hazard Flasher" Module located above the passengers feet. It will be mounted with the plug or connector facing away from the Passenger. Yours will have 13 wires going to it. about a 3"x4"x1.5" thick black or Grey box depending on your options believe it or not. Try turning on the turn signals OR the flashers if either work and listen for it to click. usually the Hazard switch gets hung up on these and requires you working it quickly and aggressivly 20-30 times to get them working again. the switch that is. good luck!

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Emergency flasher dont work on 1994 chevy 2500


Sounds like the flasher relay is bad. There is a separate one for the turn signals and hazards. Below is a diagram of its location. It kind of looks backwards but just look where the arrow is pointing to the front of the vehicle. I hope this helps...

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My turn signals quit working suddenly on my 1997 Dodge Ram Van,the flashers work fine.


You might check to see if you find two separate flasher units under your dashboard. If not, the relay that connects the L-R sides together could have fused contacts.

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91 Chevy K5 Blazer turn signal flasher


located under the instrument panel to the left of the steering column. The fuse block should be visible from underneath the steering column, near the pedal bracket.

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Some models may use an underhood fuse/relay panel


If the panel is not visible, check for a removable compartment door or trim panel which may used on later models to hide the block. This panel is usually located on the left end of the instrument panel.
The convenience center is located just below the instrument panel on the drivers side. It contains individual relays such as the seat belt and ignition key alarm, and flasher.
On newer model vehicles there is an underhood fuse/relay center contains both mini and maxi fuses, as well as some relays.

Replacement The turn signal and hazard flasher units are usually located in the convenience center located just below the instrument panel on the drivers side. Replace the flasher by unplugging the old one and plugging in the new one. Confirm proper flasher operation.

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theres a silver circle thingy in your fuse box its like a turn signal relay its probably bad its like 3 bucks at a parts store

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No flashers or turn signals


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

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