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How do you get the turn signal flasher switch out on 1995 jeep wrangler after you remove the steering wheel

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Can i replace signal without removing steering wheel?


no you can not you have to pull the steering wheel

Feb 16, 2013 | 1995 Jeep Wrangler

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I have a 1995 Jeep Wrangler and want to change the turn signal lever from "high Low' wipers to "intermittent" wipers. How do I do this?


you will also possibly require a diffrent wiper motor as well as the switch assy. Call Jeep and see if the motor too is different, also the wiring harness(might be a project), and you may need to remove the steering wheel on the jeep to access the switch.....not sure on the 1995

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Turn signal and hazard flashers are not working. I need the location of the flasher pin to replace it.


Remove the lower panel by your knees,reach thru inboard side of panel to access screw that secures flasher to its bracket,its bolted to the upper steering column mounting bracket to the right of the steering column

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How do you replace the blinker lever on the steering column of a 1993 Jeep Wrangler?


You will have to remove steering wheel,and lock plate,then remove the turn signal cam,and then there is a screw holding the lever to the turn signal switch.

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Turn signals/emergency flashers on 2001 jeep wrangler d/n come on. changed fuse and bulbs. Where is the flasher (resister canister) located? What else could could it be?The signal stat?


Seating area, driver side, to the upper steering column housing at the top of the steering column, behind the multi-function switch

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89 jeep wrangler turn signal mystery...


Two things I'd look at there...First, though it does not often happen, I'd check all turn signal bulbs to make sure that one of the filaments have not burned and re-connected themselves to the adjacent one inside the bulb. Second, you will need to do a visual check of the switch itself, to make sure the internal contacts have not melted and are not shorting to each other. Only other quick test is to remove the four way flasher and plug it in where the one for the turn signals is. If the one for the signals is burned, it possibly could do that as well. (both flashers are the same) On an 89, there aren't any "modules" so it's a fairly simple system that should not be difficult to diagnose.
Most turn out to be the switch under the steering wheel. Always make sure that all bulb sockets have a good ground.
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Turn signal switch replacement on 93 buick park avenue


The steering wheel does have to come off.
Below is the process for replacing your turnsignal switch and the special tools needed.

Many vehicles use a turn signal switch that is separate from the multifunction switch. The steering wheel will have to be removed to gain access to the turn signal switch on these vehicles. The following procedure is a common method of turn signal switch replacement:
  • Place the fender covers on the fenders.
  • Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Remove the steering column trim.
  • Remove the horn pad from the steering wheel.
f_aee_cc14.28.jpg Steering wheel attachment. Courtesy of General Motors Corporation, Service Technology Group.
  • Remove the steering wheel and horn collar.
  • Use a suitable puller to remove the steering wheel.
  • With a suitable compressor, compress the preload spring to the lock plate. Compress the spring only enough to remove the snap ring.
f_aee_cc14.29.jpg To remove the snap ring, use the compressing tool to relieve the pressure against the snap ring. Courtesy of General Motors Corporation, Service Technology Group.
  • Use a pick and a small flat blade screwdriver to remove the snap ring.
  • Remove the lock plate, horn contact carrier, and spring.
  • Remove the bolts at the upper steering column support and the upper mounting bracket from the column.
  • Disconnect the turn signal wiring connector.
  • Wrap tape around the wire and connector.
  • Remove the hazard warning knob from the column.
  • Remove the switch retaining screws and remove the switch.
f_aee_cc14.30.jpg Remove the turn signal switch from the column. Courtesy of Chrysler Corporation.
  • Replace the switch and reverse these procedures for reinstallation.
On vehicles equipped with cornering lights, the turn signal switch has an additional set of contacts that operate the cornering light circuit only. The contacts can receive voltage from either the ignition switch or the headlight switch. If the ignition switch provides the power, the cornering lights will be activated any time the turn signals are used. If the contacts receive the voltage from the headlight switch, the cornering lights do not operate unless the headlight switch is in the PARK or HEADLIGHT position.
The most common complaints attributable to the flasher are too fast or too slow of a flashing rate. If the flasher is of the wrong type and rating, the amount of time required to heat the coil will differ from what the manufacturer designed into the circuit. Also, newer flashers that use electronic circuits will flash at an increased speed if one of the turn signal bulbs is burned out or the circuit is defective. If the flasher is rated higher than required, the flashing rate is reduced because it takes longer for the current to heat the coil.
Check the size and type of light bulbs in the circuit. Use only the lamp size recommended by the manufacturer. If these checks do not correct the problem, test the generator output. Higher or lower voltage output than specified may cause the flasher rate to be incorrect. If the charging system output is within specifications, check for excessive resistance in the turn signal circuit. Check both sides of the circuit.
If none of the turn signals operate, check the fuse. Next, check the flasher. Remove the flasher from the fuse box. Connect a jumper wire across the fuse box terminals. If the turn signal lamp operates with the lever in either indicator position, the flasher is faulty. If the lights still do not illuminate, test the turn signal switch.

Aug 25, 2009 | 1993 Buick LeSabre

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I need to change my turn signal switch in my yj jeep. i need some manual if some one has one


thats simple! use a tox screw driver to remove the airbag squib! the remove the steering wheel nut,then remove the steering! tap it to come out! then voila! have your turn sig swicth out!

Jun 18, 2009 | 1994 Jeep Wrangler

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Directional signals and flashers stopped working


Hi, this is a flasher issue. its malfunctioning. its located near the Seating area, driver side, on the upper steering column housing at the top of the steering column, behind the multi-function switch.

If you would like to check the fuse. it is number 3(20a) yellow.

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