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The emergency flashers on 95 Blazer won't turn off.

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  • kjberry Jun 29, 2009

    Thanks. Is there a chance it could be the relay and not the switch itself?

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Have you tried replacing the flasher? I think it's on the steering column under the dash.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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    M. Colin DeWitt Jun 29, 2009

    Actually it's probably the flasher. Fortunately the flashers are not very expensive, like $5 - $9 but, as you said, if that's not it then it might be the switch.

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