Question about 1987 Volvo 240
The flasher for your car is located in the front seating area, center, under dash, mounted in front driver side of console. Now I'm not much of a Volvo person but I am a Ford electronics specialist and I'm taking an educated guess that this is not your problem but I could be wrong. A flasher in most cases will not short and I believe you may be looking at a wiring problem but again it's a Volvo and could be wrong. It's just the concept either Ford or Volvo is the same and I am just going by my experience in auto repair. I believe the one for the turn signals will be the square one. I gave you a picture of what both of them look like. The round one only has 2 terminals as I gave a picture of that as well. I hope this helps you a lttle at least and good luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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