Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
1998 g.m.c. jimmy....the flasher continues to click after the turn signal shuts off, doesn't click when brakes applied, not sure where flasher is-possibly behind glove box
I had same problem. You need to change the combo signal switch. I did find a sneeky way to do it without taking off steering wheel & air bag. There are two torx screws holing it on. The one in the front of switch is easy to get to. The other one toward the left under steering wheel is the pain. Get the proper torx bit, the bit should be about 1 in long. Put just the bit in the screw and use a quarter inch wrench to loosen it. This should save you about 1 hr & alot of work. Dont forget to remove battery cables first when working around the air bag (yellow wire)
Posted on May 18, 2009
The flasher relay is located behind the glovebox
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Just read somewhere that this is due to bad multifunction switch which controls turn signals, wipers and cruise control. My wipers also have intermittent problems but havent fixed the problem yet.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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