Question about 2000 Pontiac Firebird
You have two separate flasher devices on your car. One operates the flashers, and the other, usually located near the fuse area, operates the turn signals. A trip to your local Autozone or Advance Auto Parts, or for that matter most reputable parts house will give the exact location of turnsignal flasher, and they can supply a new one.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
I just had the same exact problem on my 79 firebird formula.check your fuse panel and make sure the contacts are still decent.my problem was dead on with yours and it actually ended up being the signal flasher.which is located to the right of your steering column just above the brake pedal.you should see a 2 prong plug.just pull the old one out,and plug in the new flasher.if the bulbs turn on,but stay solid.it is DEFINITELY the flasher and not the switch or bulbs.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
I have always used 3157 bulbs for that spot but anyhow....yes, if that is not that case then it does sound like your turn signal flasher has stopped working correctly. it is located under and to the right of the steering wheel, behind the panel that can be removed by unscrewing some screws...it is held in place by a clip and can be easily pulled out for replacement...at least on my 2000 pontiac firebird that is, sure wish i had a formula!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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