Question about 2002 Chevrolet Silverado
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1. The problem is usually the flasher module...
Remove the trim panel just below the instrument cluster. It just snaps into place. Remove the 2 downward facing screws that were hidden under that trim panel (if they're on yours). They hold the knee blocker trim panel on. Open the drivers door as far as you can and take that screw out in the side of the knee blocker trim. Under the dash, all the way to the left, is a little black cover. Pull it off. There should be 2 or 3 screws across the bottom there. Take them out. Pull the knee blocker trim panel towards you, starting at the top. If all the screws are removed it should unsnap with no problem. Towards the left you'll see a box with 2 big connectors held in place by little bolts and a bunch of relays and stuff. The flasher plugs in there like a big relay. It's best to have the new one before you start so you know which one it is.
2. Faulty turn signal switch
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