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Blown fuse or the flasher relay is defective. It has 2 flasher relays. One for the hazard lights and one for the turn signal lights. The turn signal flasher relay can be located in 2 different locations on your year model. One place it on drivers side under the dash on the right side of the steering column, mounted near the cigarette lighter. It may also be located on the opposite side of the steering column under the dash.
replace bulb make sure the front 1 works too will cause the indicator to blink fast,it is a bad bulb not relay when you replce bulb make sure you get the corect number most have 2 filament in bulb ,if you put a 1 filament bulb it will cause all kind of weird stuff like keeping your indicator on ,or your tail lights will be too bright on 1 side ,when you replace the dual filament bulb it as to be put on only one way ,if the wrong way it will cause the tail light to be bright and signal dim,the signal should be bight and tail lights dim,ive seen alot of people make that simple mistake including alot of mechanics,make sure you get the correct bulb number
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.
Fig. 1: Some models may use an underhood fuse/relay panel
Fig. 2: Fuse panel cover-1991 model shown
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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
i have a similar problem but my left signal works, when i turn the right on it just does an annoying buzz sound. if you can think of any explination for such shinanogins help would be greatly appreciated