Question about 1991 Ford Festiva
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
The 2 fuses are no 10 (7.5amp) and no 21(15amp) in the interior fuse panel.The flasher is located on the base of steering column under dash. See this this pic find connector c214 on bottom 3rd from right.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
The flasher is a small round plastic cylinder (unless replaced with a metal one) behind the left edge of the glove box that will look similar to the one in the fuse panel. The first step is to squeeze gently both sides of the open glove box and let it swing downward. It will be snapped into a metal horizontal brace just to the left of the glovebox opening by a small tab and have two wires attached. The number more than likely will be a #552 although I have seen a factory one with a Warner #224
Posted on May 13, 2009
The hazard switch is the flasher for both the turn signals and the hazard lites Sometimes when it fails to work dancing on it ( quick jabs on and off makes it work again but not long. The dealer has them call the parts dept as all Ford dealers are connected as for in stock for ford parts Lincoln. Have your VIN in hand to read off as they will like you more and can give you better service. the reistration has the number your insurance card has the number looking thought the windsheild at the drivers side pillar has the number on top of the dash. Its also on the end of the drivers door it starts with 1 and is the longest number on the sticker. The dealer parts person can usally find all he can with the last 8 didgets
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
The turn signal flasher assembly is located under the driver's side of the instrument panel, on the front of the fuse panel, or under the center section of the instrument panel in the relay/flasher block. This is ,basically, the controller for your turn signals.
Click here to view a picture of the flasher switch.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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Jul 05, 2014 | 1988 Plymouth Reliant
Turn on the Durango and check each of the four turn signals
to make sure that the bulbs are not burned out. If you find one that has gone
out, replace the bulb and retest the turn signals. When a bulb goes bad on this
circuit, the resulting operation can mimic a bad flasher or one that is
Locate the combination turn signal flasher and relay. It is
on the left end of the driver's dash. Open the access door and view the
collection of relays and fuses. At the left side of the mounting block is a
larger flasher and relay. This is the combination turn signal flasher and
the relay by placing you finger on the relay housing and activating the turn
signal. If you have found the right one, you should feel a clicking as the turn
signal blinks. Remove the relay, replace with the new relay and close the
Start the Durango and activate the turn signals to check that they each work. The light should turn on and should blink. Also, check the hazard lights to make sure they work.
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