Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
Flashers on GM cars are found under the dash. You have to remove the screwed on plastic panels to reveal the electronics underneath.
It should look like a 1.2" cylindrical metal 'flasher.'
You can get the right one by looking it up in a book at the auto parts store and searching for the right model number.
I recommend getting the electronic version of the flasher so it will not wear out as quickly as the standard one from GM which is mechanical and not electronic solid state.
Good luck finding it because it can be in a very dark part of the under dash part, sometimes hidden out of plain view.
Sometimes there are two flashers, one for the turn signals, and one for the hazard flashers. They can be located in different areas.
Tip: When you actually search for the flasher, turn the turn signals on and feel the barrel of the flasher you first see to see if you can feel hit ticking. If you can, then you found the turn signal flasher.
The other hazard flasher must be located further into the area under the dashboard and above the plastic panel you removed.
Good luck on this fix.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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