Question about Chevrolet Equinox
Where is the location of the turn signal relay for a 2006 Chevrolet equinox
Turn the switch on to power the signalstat/flasher,listen for the ticking sound(have signal on for the side that works)and figure about where the sound's coming from(will be just under dash about the knees when sitting in seat)then stick your hand under there.You will feel the flasher ticking.Pull it down and replace it.
Posted on May 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem twice before. Solved it the same way both times. In my case it was the Hazard switch at the top of the steering column. It was stuck. I knew it was that because the signal lights had been functioning perfectly until I parked my car alongside the road with the hazard lights on to do some nighttime fishing and sip a little white lightnin'. (just kiddin' about the white lightnin')
When I got back in my car to go, I turned off the hazard lights but I had no turn signal lights! So I kept pushing that hazard button up and down for about 30 times with my left turn signal arm down until it started working again. So after having this happen to me twice, I learned a valuable lesson: Don't ever use hazard signals in this car.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
On my 2000 Mazda B3000 it's up underneath the dash right by the steering column, like they said, blue plastic square relay
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
For 2006 Equinox 2WD 3.4L SFI OHV
For 2006 Equinox AWD 3.4L SFI OHV:
Its the same for both types of Equinox.
The short story: the fuel filter is an integral part of the fuel pump, and 06 Equinox has 2 fuel pumps (each presumably with its own filter), due to the odd shape of its fuel tank.
Note: the last time I thought I had a car whose owner thought it was a fuel pump/fuel strainer/fuel filter promplem turned out to have a bad spark plug wire - it caused identical symptoms (engine missing alot, especially going uphill).
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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