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I would like to know where the flasher cube is to replace the old one?

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It's behind A/C + heater control panel to right hand side of the steering column. It shouldn't be too far up into dash, and it should pull out easily. About the diameter of a 35mm film canister, but 1/2 the length

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Turn signals stopped working but were working yesterday. Any ideas?


More than likely the electronic turn signal flasher is defective.
Instructions
  1. Remove the Old Flasher Relay
    • Using your socket wrench, disconnect the negative cable from the car's battery terminal. The negative terminal and cable are identified on the top of the battery using the minus ("--") symbol. Once the cable is disconnected, wrap the metal end completely with the black electrical tape. Lay the cable down and make sure it's not touching any metal surfaces.
    • 2Open the driver side front door and kneel or position yourself so that you're able to see under the dashboard.

    • 3Locate the automotive flasher relay under the dashboard on the right-hand side. The flasher relay is about the same size as an ice cube. It will be held in place by one screw and will have a three-pronged wiring harness connected to it.
    • 4Remove the screw holding the flasher relay in place and slowly lower it from underneath the dashboard.
    • 5Hold the flasher relay in one hand, and with the other hand gently disconnect the wiring harness plug from the relay. Never separate the flasher relay by pulling the harness off by the wires, always hold the plastic harness plug itself.
    Install the New Flasher Relay
    • 6Inspect the new flasher relay to make sure it isn't damaged. Hold the new flasher relay and the old one side by side and compare them, ensuring that they are exactly the same.
    • 7Carefully plug the wiring harness connector into the new flasher relay. Make sure no other wires are intertwined as you raise the flasher and harness back into position under the dashboard.
    • 8Secure the flasher relay by returning its mounting screw.
    • 9Unwrap the negative battery cable's connector and reattach it to the car's battery terminal. Turn the power on or start your car and test out the new flasher relay to make sure it's working properly

Nov 08, 2012 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Where is the flasher---Need to replace the flasher 1995 Geo Tracker


under the dash if you turn on-off-on-off it should click if not get a workshop manual and trace the wires

Aug 14, 2011 | 1995 Geo Tracker

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My turning signal don't work but the flashers do work. I have changed all fuses and they still don't work.


since you know where the fuses are, you also know where the flashers are. the flashers are the same part so unplug the one for the emergency flasher and put it into the socket for the turn signals and vice versa. if the signals now work but not the emergency flasher you know to get a new flasher unit at any parts store. the flasher units are cubes about an inch on each side plugged into the fuse panel.

Jun 27, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

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Both of the rear turn signals stopped working at the same time, but everything else seems to work. Do you know what can cause this to happen? I changed one of the bulbs and it didn't work.


There is a turn signal flasher under dash...most have a flasher for the emergency signals and one for the turn signals...some have one flasher....but check fuses first...normally it is fuse burnt...if you can locate the flasher normally they will get abnormally warm when bad......it should look like a round or square silver shiney or black cube.........if these are good with ign.on hold turn signal lever down firmly ...if it works replace turn signal unit.....if none of this works you have to troubleshoot wiring...
...normally yellow wire is left turn and green wire is right turn...black or white is ground red is stop light....but normally it is a blown fuse or flasher.

Feb 19, 2011 | 2007 Ford Freestyle Limited

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Trying to replace the flasher on a 2005 honda civic - where is it? What does it look like? I've been to several auto parts stores, and each one has given me different parts - one is yellow and round, the...


it is a normally a black cube plugs into a board normally under dash best way to find it is another accord turn on flashers and locate by sound

Oct 01, 2010 | 2005 Honda Accord

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Turn signals and 4-way flashers do not work - 1997 Buick Century


Time to change the flasher unit, it's usually close to the drivers side of vehicle and behind a fuse box access panel and will have something like "12v 23/98W " on it. It's a largish cube shaped componant and may be water damaged !

Apr 10, 2010 | 1997 Buick Century

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Front driver side turn signal light doesn't flash.replaced bulb,replaced socket,all other lights work on emergency flasher,except front driver side.rear driver side turn signal light works,but flashes...


replace flasher......usually located in fuse block area...listen in this area....select passenger side ...then select driver side...you can hear flasher clicking...you have seperate flashers for each...FLASHERS are small cubes plugged into fuse block....probable bad driverside flasher

May 09, 2009 | 1998 Buick Century

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REPLACED FLASHER ON CHEVY CAPRICE NOW MY TAILLIGHTS AND DASH LIGHTS NOT WORKING BUT ALL FUSES ARE GOOD ALSO HAVE AFTERMARKET ALARM ON IT THAT CONTROLLED SOME OF THE LIGHTS


ON CAPRICE. MAKE YOGA FOR A MONTH. DO NOT EAT NOTHING THE DAY BEFORE. OBTAIN A COUPLE OF 552 FLASHERS GO UNDER DASH AND BACK THE BREAKE PEDAL YOU WILL SEE A ORANGE BOX, REMOVE IT USING A CUBE SCREWDRIVER 5/16 AND YOU WILL SEE THE FLASHERS. CHANGE IT (NOW YOU KNOW WHY YOU NEEDE YOGA) AND REPLACE THE ORANGE BOX

Feb 23, 2009 | 1993 Ford Aerostar Extended

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1999 OLDS ALERO FLASHER


In Olds Alero the flasher is intergrated into the hazard light button. It is all one assembly in the dash. It is in the $40 dollar range, but that is the only way to fix the flashers is to replace assembly. You must remove the plastic housing from around the dash cluster to reach. It is located to the right of the dash cluster. If you are good with your hands you will be able to get it out without taking out the cluster. Be careful, it is held in place with plastic snaps. Part number is on the assembly and it is GM exclusive.

Jun 21, 2008 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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