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1996 saturn turn signals do not work

Where is the flasher located? The emergency flashers work, but turn signals do not.

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  • Marxaturn Nov 21, 2008

    I have the same problem on my 2002 L100. The hazard can be turned on anytime but the turnsignal doesn't. It only works in a warm day or after 30 min of driving. I wonder if the hazard and turnsignal share the same flasher? Because the sound of clicking comes from the panel under the hazard switch. Do I need to remove the panel to replace a flasher?

  • Marxaturn Nov 21, 2008

    I have the same problem on my 2002 L100. The hazard can be turned on anytime but the turnsignal doesn't. It only works in a warm and dry day or after 30 min of driving. I wonder if the hazard and turnsignal share the same flasher? Because the sound of clicking comes from the panel under the hazard switch. do I need to remove the panel to replace a flasher?

  • gmc4jam Dec 30, 2008

    2002 Saturn (my granddaughter's) 
    The emergency flashers work but not the turn signals.
    Can find no bad fuses in any of the three fuse boxes.

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The flasher is under the dash....

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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they are under the dash, but its highly unlikly that both would go bad at the same timeyour promlem is probly in the steering colum

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