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Turn Signal on 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera has stopped working. Is their a fuse or relay to replace?

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Turn signal flasher location 92 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme


There should be Flasher relay up under the dash. The four ways and turn signals are separate items and have their own fuses and relays.

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If you remove the ashtray you will find the turn signal flasher behind it, a bit to the right (close to the fuse box).

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1994 cutlass ciera, turn signals not working,in or out car,but the emergency lights work.


Sounds like your turn signal relay has gone bad. Check your fuses first to make sure they are good then locate the relay under the dash above the column. May have to drop the lower panel to do this. The hazzards utilize a seperate relay which is why they still work.Good luck!

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Turn signals do not work, but the emergency flashers do


turn it on and look at your lights on the outside of the car. one should be lighted up and one will not be.
The one not lighted up is burned out

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My turn signal flashers won't work. the bulbs are good and they fuse isn't blown. i can't find a flasher fuse?


The Flasher Relay is more than likely defective. Replace it. Turn signal flasher located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, mounted on passenger side of steering column. Curtorsey Auto Zone

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92 olds cutlass supreme turn signal broken


Start by checking the fuses that's simple
than relay than bulbs
last you may have to remove the steering wheel and than replace the entire signal assembly those are pretty much all your options so start with 1 and work your way down the list

Sep 24, 2009 | 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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Signal lights do not work.


check fuse and turn signal flasher

Mar 01, 2009 | 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

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Turn signal not flashing


Most likely cause is the flasher relay located under the drivers dash in the fuse panel. This relay is round and may be metal. Replace it with an electronic flasher relay. Pay the ten bucks and have trouble free service for a lifetime.....
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It wan't start but it will turnover


Hi,check the fuel pump fuse and the fuel pump relay,if this is ok check for fuel presure, good luck........ C1

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