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Fasher unit location for a 1996 bravada

I cannot find 1996 bravada turn signal 2 prong .where is it located under the dash i cannot find it

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Are you trying to replace the Turn Signal Fuse?

First, remove the ash try.

Then, there is a small bolt that you need to remove. When you removed the ash try, the bolt is shown. it is on the dash on the top left of the opening of where you removed ash tray.

Next, get a #30 Torx Head, either Ratchet or Screwdriver. To the left of the ash tray, about a foot, and to the right of the steering column, there is a Torx Head Bolt. Remove that.

Now, remove the panel around the radio and air conditioner controls. You don't need to remove it completely. Just enough to allow that bottom portion of the plate where you removed the screws to be lowered. You should see the tabs that rest on the panel that you just removed. Push that panel down as far as you can. To the right of where you removed that Torx Screw you should see two round silver cylinders. They should have the number '522' stamped on them. The one on left is for the Turn Signals, Left and Right, and the one on the right is for the Emergency Flashers. It is best to replace them both. Use a pair of pliers and pull them straight out, don't turn them. You can wiggle them, but don't turn them left or right. You could damage the connectors.

Put the knee panel and the front panel back in the opposite of the directions.

If you need further help, I would recommend that you go to your local auto parts store and get a Haynes Manual. There are detailed instructions on the removal and replacement of those fuses listed in that manual.

Hope this helps!

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