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Where is the turn signal signal flasher located in a 2001 New Beetle?

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The emergency flaser switch IS the turn flasher relay, too! Getting access isn't easy. You need one of those fancy-smancy star-shaped screwdrivers (and a stubby, at that) to remove the 4 screws... two at the bottom of the plastic housing in which the switches are mounted, and two more are revealed whenever you pry off the plastic trim that surrounds the rheostats at each end of the switch panel (yep, they just pry right off with your fingers... pull TOWARD you).

Once you have the 4 retaining screws extracted, you can pry the whole switch panel downward at the back, and free up a lip on the upper front edge, dropping the whole thing downward so you can access the wiring harnesses and back-sides of the switches. Pry off the wiring connector from the back of the unit (there's a plastic keeper, but just wiggle the plug & pull sternly and it'll come right off without breaking anything). Then push down on a retainer at the top front of the switch unit and shove it forward and slide it out of the switch panel.

Good luck (remember rated this).

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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There is no tool for pulling a flasher switch it just pulls out

Posted on Aug 18, 2010

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I think its on teh switch on the steering column ?? but dont quote me

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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