Question about 2004 Buick LeSabre
It will be under the driver's side dash. Connected to the fuse box.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
BEHIND THE LEFT SIDE OF INSTRUMENT PANEL ABOVE DATA LINK CONNECTOR
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The flasher is located under the dash on the steering column on the left hand side. Pull off the plastic cover and you will see it clipped to the column--left.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
the turn signal/ hazard flasher is located midway down your steering colum but not all the way near the knuckle mounted on the inside of the cowl above the drivers feet. should either be a 323 or a 525 part number flasher, you could always upgrade to a electronic flasher instead of a thermal flasher. part number should be el12. all these products are made by wagner.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Hello, I feel that the answers I've come across on the internet are somewhat misleading. The actual placement of the turning blinker flasher unit is directly above the fuse box (Do not get confused with the rather large silver cylinder directly to the left of the steering column, as other explanations indicate I got confused and tried taking this part out.) The Turning signal Flasher Unit is actually way way up above the fuse box and is easier to see if you pull the fuse box down as if you were going to check on a fuse. The Turning signal Flasher Unit looks like a small silver cylinder that’s about 1 1/2 inches in Diameter and about 1 1/1/4 inch tall. It is connect by a metal clip (Metal clip helps to amplify the ticker sound). If you cannot find where exactly it is, turn the blinker on to the side that works and feel for the vibration from the ticking sound and follow it until you can feel it from the proper cylinder (Both turning lights work off of the same cylinder). You can literally pull the cylinder down to bring it down and replace the part (I got the part from AutoZone for $7.99, electrical version, not the electro-mechanical...which they had plenty in stock as it is a generic part). Once you have the part down as far as it will go (do not yank to hard) then pry the "V" shaped prong away from the connector (This can be difficult, and may need pliers...make sure not to grip too hard). Then just plug in the new Flasher Unit. The hard part is getting the Flasher unit to clip back onto the metal area that it was originally attached too, so I just shoved it back up as I feel it is loud enough. If you choose to reattach it, I've heard that you will have to take apart your dash to reattach (In my opinion the costs way out way the benefit). Good Luck and I hope this explanation helps more than others. I searched everywhere looking for a good example and I could not locate one, so I decided to post this to clear up everything I learned from performing this task myself.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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