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2000 GMC 3500 CHEVY VAN WHERE TO FINE THE FLASHER

SIGNAL LIGHT DONT WORK OR HAZZARD

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  • jackdo2 Aug 13, 2017

    Hello Constance,
    Fuse box position (1) Stop/Haz 20 Amp.
    Fuse box position (16) Front and rear Turn Lamps 20 Amp.

  • jackdo2 Aug 13, 2017

    Flasher Location - Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in convenience center

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In the instrument panel relay center,below the center of the instrument panel

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SOURCE: turn sgnals, hazzard flasher and brake lights dont work

Sounds like either a fuse or bad flasher. Do the the turnsignal lights  light up and stay on?

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: my 1999 ck 3500 chevy truck signal and hazzard

There is a make or break circuit between the fuse box and the computer that may have sprung. If you find the relay, there is a small small hole in it. You need a toothpick, put the toothpick in the hole and there is sort of a button in there. You will hear it pop like a spring going into place and then the indicators should work.

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SOURCE: turn signals dont work but hazzard lights do.

sounds like the directional switch maybe bad (lever on steering column ) if u open the column u can test the wires and see if it is passing current to tail lights have seen these go bad many times in older jeeps

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SOURCE: I have A 2000 Chevy 3500 Express Van and the brake

Hi,

When you said that you checked the brake switch, did you check it live? Meaning verified live power to the switch, press switch, and then power came out the other terminal?

If so, also verify zero power on brake press, at the offending brake light bulb terminal. You must verify the test light each time you move it...leave running lights on...

After verifying that there is no power coming, after the brake is pressed, note the wire color and find it where it comes to the steering column and test there... This would eliminate wires and connections between front and the rear of the vehicle, unlikely, but needs to be tested.

After verifying no power at that terminal, then yes the t/s switch is certainly suspece. This may be the time to get a mechanic to verify and replace the switch, there are locks, tilt mechanisms, air bags, column bearings, etc involved. Failures risk loss of vehicle control (locking or binding for example.)..

Hope this gets you going in the right direction.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank You. I tried those things and it seemed to be the Emergency Flasher switch in the multi function switch."

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SOURCE: 2000 Dodge 3500 van. Turn signals, hazards not working

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