Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
Does anyone one know where in the car i would find the place to replace the flasher for the front turn signals..Today i went and bought the part that i was told i needed, the man at the auto parts store said that i would find the place under the hood, I looked but didnt see it so if anyone can tell me where i would find it i would appreciate it
I also have the blinker problem, but have found a temporary solution. I thought that I could press the hazard button numerous times to get the blinkers to work, but was just lucky the few times that I tried. I have actually lodged a piece of paper on the right side of the hazard switch and this has done the trick. The easiest way to replace the hazard switch is to go through the AC vent directly above the radio. There are two clips holding the vents to the dashboard. One is on the top and one is on the bottom directly in the middle. The hardest part is trying to disengage the hazard switch from its holster of sorts. The part should cost about 50-70 dollars and will fix your problem.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
This is not the solution, but it may help. I have problems with my turn signals every now and then. Simpley, they just stop working. I can get them to work again by pressing the "hazard" button in and out repeatly. Then try the blinkers and they work again. Why? I guess the flasher unit just get stuck. Lastly, I tried to find this rascal too. I listen for it and it seems to be to the right of the Hazard button. How in the world I'd get in there???? So for now, I'm playing with the Hazard button to make it work.
Hope you're blinking again soon...
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
The flasher is part of the hazard switch on the dash
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Some one suggested that the ignition switch could be worn out. I have the signal light problem and thats what I'm going to try.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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