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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Flashers Won't work
The turn signal flasher is in a clip attached to the base of the steering column support inside the car. That would put it just about in front of your knees in the drivers seat, up under the bottom edge of the knee panel. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
The turn signal flasher is mounted in a clip on the right side of the steering column support bracket. The hazard flasher is located in the component center, under the instrument panel, on the right side. Replace the flasher by unplugging the old one and plugging in the new one.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
I'm not sure but alot of other gm models have the flasher built into the hazard switch. Gm has a real problem with this style of switch/flasher. I've replaced lots of them, but I'm not sure if it is the same design and Impala, Montecarlo, and malibu, but I bet it is.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: 1997 sonoma turn signal flasher
The flashers are located behind the instrument panel trim, roughly between the base of the steering wheel and the ashtray, just to the left of the car lighter. To access the flashers, you need to at least loosen the lower instrument panel trim. Just under the steering column there are two screws with star heads. One to the left of the column and one to the right. You need to remove both of these screws. You will need to remove your ashtray. On the upper left corner of the hole left by removing the ashtray is a 9/32 hex head screw. You need to remove it. Once these three screws are removed you should be able to pull down on this portion of trim under your instrument cluster. When you do this it may cause trim around your instrument cluster to loosen that you can just pop back into place with your hand. You won't need to pull down to far on this trim piece as there are still some screws holding the bottom. You should be able to pull it down far enough to see the flasher units behind and just to the left of the cigarette lighter. There are two flasher units and I found that the one on the right is for the turn signals.On the left the other is for the hazard flashers. It may be a hand scraping experience to replace the flasher but it beats paying someone to do it for you. They are easy to recognize because the are silver and round metallic plug ins. The flasher unit on the left is for the emergency flashers and the one on the right is for turn signals. You can place the emergency flasher unit into the slot the turn signal unit belongs until you get a replacement. These flasher units are pretty cheap.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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