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How to replace the Electronic Flasher. Also the

How to replace the Electronic Flasher. Also the radio, power windows and convertible top loose power for no reason (no bumps) and regain the power frequently. What can the problem be?

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Flasher is located in stearing wheel section of the car. Bushing in window motor worn.

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When i hit a bump, i loose radio, windows and convertible top power


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Where is the electronic flasher located ?


  • Kneel down under the steering wheel .
  • Look up and to the right of the steering wheel at the edge of the vinyl molding for the dash ,you would see a screw holding it. But in reality, the screw is through a metal plate that slides over the top of the flasher unit.And the screw does not actually screw through the unit.
  • Remove the metal plate and you can see electronic flasher unit.
  • You can replace your old flasher with new flasher you have bought! and before you replace it,sandpaper the terminal ends. It would provide good connection if there is some problem with the connection.
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I have a 2005 PT Cruiser. The convertible top was down. When I went to put it back up, I had no power. The fuse was fine. I bled the pressure off the cylinders and manually put the top up. The wondows on...


HYDRAULIC PUMP/MOTOR ASSEMBLY Any diagnosis of the power top system should begin with the use of a scan tool and the proper Diagnostic Procedures Information. The scan tool can provide confirmation that the Controller Area Network (CAN) data bus is functional, that all of the electronic modules are sending and receiving the proper messages on the CAN data bus, and that the power top motor is being sent the proper hard wired output by the driver window regulator module.


NOTE: The convertible top system is equipped with a hydraulic bypass screw that is used to relieve pressure from the hydraulic system in the event that the top must be manually raised or lowered (such as a low battery or a convertible top operating concern). Always verify that the bypass screw is tight in the pump housing prior to replacing a hydraulic pump/motor assembly (Refer to 23 - Body/Convertible Top - Standard Procedure). If the power top is completely inoperative and the hydraulic pump/motor assembly is suspect, perform the following:

(Refer to 23 - Body/Seats/SEAT BACK - Removal).(Refer to 23 - Body/Convertible Top/ASSEMBLY, Hydraulic - Removal). If not OK, use a scan tool and the proper Diagnostic Procedures Information to complete diagnosis of the power top system.

On convertible vehicles, the convertible top switch is hard wired to both window regulator modules by the Power Top Switch Mux circuit. When a top operation input is received by the driver window module, it will ground the respective relay control circuit which in turn will operate the motor. If the convertible top switch is pressed and held to the down position second detent, it will command both modules to drop all windows to the fully down position. The windows cannot be raised when the convertible top switch is in the top down position. When the switch is held in the top up position and all four windows are fully up, the modules will lower the respective front window 40 mm (1.6 in), lower the respective rear window approximately 55 mm (2 in) and the driver window module will ground the top up relay control circuit. Once the top is back up the windows will not raise automatically.

Your missing that you don't have a clue on how the electronic's on your vehicle work . Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop . Your trying to fix something you have no clue on how it works , going at it blind .

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Same problem with the windows, radio, and convertible top on mine


that is because you have an electrical relay that has burned out. this is a high powered relay running different components in the car. check your owners manual and just replace this from auto parts store.

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Which switches on the steering column? Hope the switches were replaced with the battery disconnected. That alone could be the problem. Who did the switch replacement? If it was a business, you need to return to them and demand they do the work properly.

The turn signals and the emergency flasher are controled by one electronic flasher unit at the far left under the dash on the driver's side. It has a three wire connector and is attached to a mounting bracket with one screw.

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