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1975 corvette turn signal problem. None of bulbs are burned out. The exterior lights and the dash directional lights will flash only on the hazard button but not with the turn signal handle. Also I can only find only flasher relay.

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SOURCE: location of turn signal flasher for 1997 Buick skylark

the flasher is behind the dash where the steering column goes. It's hard to get at and harder to remove. They just can't make these things easy, can they?

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Turn signal does not flash right or left. Where is flasher unit?

yes it is the same. the problem is most likely the turn signal switch which is located on the steering column. be sure to check all fuses, relays, and bulbs first. keep me posted thanks

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the hazard flasher relay on a volvo v40

The flasher relay is the actual switch.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 1993 Dodge Shadow...left turn signal won't flash

If you have trouble finding signal flasher, turn your right side blinker on, and follow clicking noise to flasher.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Indicators not flashing on Audi TT

Hazard light switch fails a lot on Audis and VWs.  It is located above the radio.  It is the big red button with the triangle on it.  To removed and replace you need to remove the radio.  Note special audi radio tools require to remove radio.  Once the radio is out there is a black cover above where radio was at.  This cover pulls out.  Now you can access the Hazard lite switch.  I would install new switch and test before reassembling.  

Posted on May 28, 2009

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Why does nothing at all happen when hazard switch is pushed in to on position?


If your Hazard lights flash when you turn them on then it could possibly be the bulb behind the Hazard Button. There is a tiny bulb behind the switch to indicate when it is turned on. This bulb has possibly burned out and is in need of replacement. If your Hazard lights don't flash when pushing the switch it could possibly be that somewhere along your four flasher lamps there is a bad bulb or maybe more. Since you've checked the fuses and came to the conclusion that all were fine.

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Hey Bob how's it going ? I have been looking at Chevy service info for your vehicle and this a little on the complex side or that is the way it sounds from the turn signal description !
Turn Signal Lamps
The smart flasher (GMSF) is an automotive flasher designed to accept turn, hazard, and brake inputs. The GMSF will provide corresponding outputs to the exterior lamps and instrument panel turn signal indicator lamps. This lighting system has dedicated lamps for the turn/hazard functions and dedicated lamps for the brake function. The system incorporates the use of flash rates for diagnostics. The flash rate is a calculation of the number of flashes that occur within a 60 second period. This system uses a percentage of on-time to off-time called duty cycle. For the bulb outage condition, the indicator of the vehicle side on which the outage occurs shall assume bulb outage flash rate mode. The opposite side indicator will assume the normal flash rate mode for an input from the non bulb outage side of the vehicle. Hazard warning lamp outage will maintain a normal flash rate as long as 2 or more exterior signaling lamps are functional. During all modes of operation, the IPC will receive the same flash rates and duty cycles that the exterior lamps receive. The IPC will then control the indicators in the cluster. The vehicle operator will be provided with an audible and visual indication of the flasher operation. Below is a table with flash rates and duty cycles:
Are all your bulbs good ?
Operating Condition
Flash Rate
Duty Cycle
Normal
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45% to 55%
Turn Signal Lamp Outage
2 or 3 times faster than normal flash rate
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Check the bulbs the dash lights will still come on even if the bulbs are blown. A good way to tell does the lights stay own are do they flash ?

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Check bulbs to see if all bulbs are lighting. Check to see if the Hazard lights flash. Replace flasher under dash for turn signal if bulbs are good and hazard flasher works. Otherwise, the turn signal switch might be bad in the steering column..

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Sounds like the relay is burning out. When the lights stop flashing does the indicator on the dash light up and stay on and/or does the exterior lights light up and stay on? If the indicator light is staying on then you have a wiring problem to the lights or you have the wrong bulb/ bulbs. If the exterior lights stay on it is a bad relay or power to the relay.

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