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Hazzareds park lites and tail markers all work. is there asecond flasher just for the turn signaqls

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  • Enforcer302 Aug 13, 2008

    Similiar problem. All lights wood work but the left turn signal wood not blink. All hazards wood blink and all brake lights, etc wood work.. Found out there is actually 2 separate flasher units though. One on the right side of the steering column and one behind the glove box that controls the hazards. Anyway, I could manually turn the left signal on & off but it would not flash. A short time later the signal light would not work either, although the lights would still work with brakes and/or hazards. Replaced both flasher units & still did not resolve problem? It has been a while since I worked on it but I think after I replaced the flasher units I could then hear it flashing but still no lights. Now no lights & no flashing will work on either side. All the rest still works properly though???????????

  • txslawman200 Aug 20, 2008

    my turn signal will not work it started out being slow then it would stop working and later it would work but really slow, Now it will not work. hazard siganl still operates.All fuses seems to be good,what i need to know is where is the turn signal flasher located.all i been told is that its on the driver side.

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Under the dash there is a relay..if you go to an autoparts store they will show u where it is

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