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Have 1993 subaru legacy need to know where the trun signal flasher is located

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Either under the dash near the steering column or in the fuse box.

Posted on Sep 13, 2017

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SOURCE: Location of Flasher for turn signals

The flasher for a 2000 Jetta is in the hazard light switch in the middle of the dash. If you want to replace the flasher, you'll need to replace that switch.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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SOURCE: 1994 devilles flasher location

Turn signal flasher module is behind dash left of steering column near chime module. I have a 94 Seville and I had that same problem you need a Turn Signal Flasher Moduel, I forgot the proper term for it but I had to get mine replaced too. When I hit the signals to turn the side light would come on but the signal light wouldn't. Its a little box you get from Cadillac it only cost like $20 - $25 and you get it installed and trust. It'll work again. I just got mine done this week and my car now has turn signals again.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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SOURCE: flasher location

I believe the hazard/flasher relay is located under/left of the dash . I think if you remove the under panel under the steering column it should be attached to the BCM bracket under the dash on the left side.

Remove the left instrument panel (IP) insulator.
Remove the steering column filler panel.
Slide the hazard and turn signal flasher to the right, releasing the tabs from the Body Control Module (BCM) bracket.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the hazard and turn signal flasher.

Hope this helps.....

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SOURCE: where is the turn signal flasher on a 1993 olds

If not in fuse panel, take ash tray out, unscrew ash tray assembly and pull out. The flasher is on the right side of the ash tray right up front.

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SOURCE: i need a diagram for a 1993 subaru legacy fuse box

tryes to start but will not, acts like it's not getting gas. Put gas in the corbtor' runs for second then quiets. What do I do?

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