Question about 1994 Chevrolet Corsica
You can find it easily I just did mine take off the kick panel on your drivers side under the steering column and right above the brake pedal and gas pedal get a hand held mirror and look you will see a gray box right above the computer connector you will see a pink chime box a flasher for hazards and a relay a white box my turn signal flasher was behind this gray box I pulled on a wire and the flasher is attached to these wires with a black connector use a flathead screw driver to pry it up off and put in the new.
Posted on Sep 14, 2012
Under the dash to the right of the steering wheel as you are on your back looking up, hazards and blinkers have seperate relays there will be a round aluminum/plastic relay and a rectangular white and black one, if in doubt replace both. Otherwise the next fix could be the multi-switch
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