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Locate the hazard / turn relay on a 1999 GMC C6500

Dump truck with air brakes and hazard switch left of steering wheel on the dash panel

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SOURCE: gmc sierra turn flasher location

The flasher on this vehicle looks nothing like the flasher's of yesteryear. It will be located behind the drivers side knee bolster(under the steering wheel). It will be a small black box that is about 3 inches wide, 2 inches deep, and 1 inch thick. It may be somewhat difficult to locate because on some of the GM trucks they actually hide it behind the guage cluster bezel but to the left of the guages. Let me know if I can help you any further.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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SOURCE: no brake/hazard lights,have running/turn signal lights

Suggest you change hazard flasher 'can' first, then go to the hazard switch. I'm betting it's the flasher can.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 gmc 3500 box truck. no brake lights. changed

Check the fuse.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: change brake light switch on 1999 gmc truck

you're gonna have to be on your back for a little bit.....sorry bout the bad news. The brake switch is on the brake pedal itself closer to the top........you will need a small pick to remove the clip holding the switch on....gonna be a little tricky, but it does come off....also you have a electrical connector to remove from the switch also then you can remove it

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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SOURCE: can some post the 1999 gmc sierra wiring diagram

you don't have enough pressure in your system. odds are you have a leak someplace and the factory installed a saftey switch to keep the ac from running when there is no pressure. This way you don't end up burning up your compressor.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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Where is the location of the fuses for the head lights brake lights and dashboard lights?


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I can't locate the flasher relay on my 2001 malibu


The HAZARD LPS fuse in the left hand instrument panel (LH IP) junction block supplies battery positive voltage to the flasher module, which is part of the hazard switch assembly.

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No hazards or brake lights


remove left kick panel drivers side the flasher can be there or under panel just below knee panel next to steering column you have two problems here always ck bulbs first' the brake lights have a switch on the top of brake arm it has 2 wires on it try sliding it forward to make contact with the stop on brake arm have someone watch your brake lights an push the switch by hand to see if this works

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How to change brake light switch


You'll have to drop the lower dashboard panel to access the switch. There are two clips on the bottom/back behind the pedals. One is white and behind the brake pedal, the other attaches to the left foot plastic floor mount. The white clip can be rotated to come off of the dash panel. The left foot floor mount can be removed with the recessed nut near the top and then separated from the dash panel. There are 5 screws affixing the dash panel to the framework. Two are obvious, on the bottom corners. One is accessible after removing the fusebox cover. The other two are next to the steering wheel and are accessible after popping the small shroud piece off from around the steering column. The shroud is held in place only by clips. After dropping the panel, the brake switch can be found at the top of the brake pedal arm. Disconnect the wiring clip from it and then turn the switch counterclockwise. It will pop out after about an 1/8 of a turn. Should be about a 20 minute job in total. Good Luck!

Nov 07, 2011 | 2003 Audi A6

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Back brake light stay on, replaced brake switch same problem.Truck has over drive and cruies control If you take switch out of circuit the brake lights stay on the same with the turn/hazard flasher.


Your brake lights and your turn signals go through the multifunction (turn signal) switch. It is common for these switches to short internally. Partial disassembly of the steering column is required to replace it. The airbag stsyem must be disabled, then the airbag removed from the steering wheel. Then the steering wheel must be removed to access the screw in the front of the switch assembly. The rest is pretty easy... a few screws holing the lower cover of the dash, the shroud around the steering column and a few connectors to deal with. (see pictures of switch assembly below)
There are two types of these switches available for 2000 S-10. With cruise control and without cruise control. The one WITHOUT cruise control is much more expensive!


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Aug 06, 2011 | 2000 Chevrolet S-10

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89 jeep cherokee blinkers and hazards not working


For 1989 Jeep Cherokee the Flasher is located:
* Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in bottom of convenience panel for Hazard flasher
* Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in top of convenience panel for Turn signal

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Apr 27, 2011 | 1989 Jeep Cherokee

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How to adjust clutch pedal on 86 mustang lx


clutch is supposed to be self adjusting. Here are instructions for replacing the adjuster:


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


See Figure 1

  1. Disconnect the battery cable from the negative terminal of the battery.
  2. Remove the steering wheel using a steering wheel puller, Tool T67L-3600-A or equivalent.
  3. Remove the lower dash panel section to the left of the steering column.
  4. Remove the shrouds from the steering column.
  5. Disconnect the brake lamp switch and the master cylinder pushrod from the brake pedal.
  6. Rotate the clutch quadrant forward and unhook the clutch cable from the quadrant. Allow the quadrant to slowly swing rearward.
  7. Remove the bolt holding the brake pedal support bracket lateral brace to the left side of the vehicle.
  8. Disconnect all electrical connectors from the steering column.
  9. Remove the 4 nuts that hold the steering column to the brake pedal support bracket and lower the steering column to the floor.
  10. Remove the 4 booster nuts that hold the brake pedal support bracket to the dash panel.
  11. Remove the bolt that holds the brake pedal support bracket to the underside of the instrument panel, and remove the brake pedal support bracket assembly from the vehicle.
  12. Remove the clutch pedal shaft nut and the clutch pedal, as outlined above.
  13. Slide the self-adjusting mechanism out of the brake pedal support bracket.
  14. Examine the self-adjusting mechanism shaft bushings on either side of the brake pedal support bracket, and replace if worn.

To install:
  1. Lubricate the self-adjusting mechanism shaft with motor oil and install the mechanism into the brake pedal support bracket.
  2. Position the quadrant towards the top of the vehicle. Align the flats on the shaft with the flats in the clutch pedal assembly, and install the retaining nuts. Tighten to 32-50 ft. lbs. (43-67 Nm).
  3. Position the brake pedal support bracket assembly beneath the instrument panel, aligning the four holes with the studs in the dash panel. Install the four nuts loosely.
  4. Install the bolt through the support bracket and into the instrument panel. Tighten to 13-25 ft. lbs. (18-34 Nm).
  5. Tighten the four booster nuts that hold the brake pedal support bracket to the dash panel to 13-25 ft. lbs. (18-34 Nm).
  6. Connect the brake lamp switch and the master cylinder pushrod to the brake pedal.
  7. Attach the clutch cable to the quadrant.
  8. Position the steering column onto the four studs in the support bracket and start the four nuts.
  9. Connect the steering column electrical connectors.
  10. Install the steering column shrouds.
  11. Install the brake pedal support lateral brace.
  12. Tighten the steering column attaching nuts to 20-37 ft. lbs. (27-50 Nm).
  13. Install the lower dash panel section.
  14. Install the steering wheel.
  15. Connect the battery cable to the negative terminal on the battery.
  16. Check the steering column for proper operation.
  17. Depress the clutch pedal several times to adjust the cable.
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Flasher location


I believe the hazard/flasher relay is located under/left of the dash . I think if you remove the under panel under the steering column it should be attached to the BCM bracket under the dash on the left side.

Remove the left instrument panel (IP) insulator.
Remove the steering column filler panel.
Slide the hazard and turn signal flasher to the right, releasing the tabs from the Body Control Module (BCM) bracket.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the hazard and turn signal flasher.

Hope this helps.....

Apr 29, 2009 | 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Brake lights not working


I had the same problem, the brake light circuit runs through the column and through the turn signal switch and the contacts are most likely corroded. You will have to take the steering wheel off but be sure to disconnect the battery and let the car sit for 5min before taking the air bag out. Once you get the steering wheel off
you will take the screws out of the signal switch assembly, once done you will see two torks screws holding the switch cover on inside are the contacts. Clean the contacts with emory clothe and contact cleaner. The Cutlass series are notorious for this problem, you will need a friend to put the steering wheel locking plate back on because of the heavy spring load. I hope this fixes anybody with the same problem.

Sep 25, 2008 | 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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