The turn signal / flasher relay is above the fuse box, buried behind the lower left side dashboard. I can see it, but can't get at it - it seems like I'd have to tear apart the entire dashboard, wiring, etc. to get at it - a huge, unbelievably difficult and time consuming job. It's got to be easier than it looks.
I think I have found the problem. When I wiggle the ignition switch the turn signals and radio go on and off so I feel the issue is in the ignition switch. From what I understand the actual electronics for the switch are at the base of the sterring column behind the lower dash panel and is connected by a rod that may need adjusting.
If you are looking for the old style flasher, it's not there. It's now called a combination flasher module (more $$) and usually it's on the right side of the column under dash. If you buy one first, at least you will know what it looks like.
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On the left above fuse box panel in side the truck (on the drivers lower of dash is the access)... the flasher relay will click if bad, when you turn key on and turn on directional signal... you will feel it clicking with your hand.... some modes have the relay under the hood in the relay box just above battery....
you have a fuse box under the dash and a fuse/relay box under the hood. Althou many cars will place the flasher/blinker relay under the dash near the brake pedal, and still, some are behind the radio (farther back and close to the floor) here is the relay you are looking for.
You can turn on the hazard flashers and listen for the ticking sound the flasher makes. Follow the sound and look for a small round or square piece. (the flasher) You should have one for blinkers and one for hazards. This flasher is most often the problem. Relay may be in the area if not under hood.
First of all have you checked the fuse? Then check the relay box for your signal relay, it is as follows. To the left of your left foot, above the pull lever where you open your trunk. For the Flasher relay, you'll have to go behind the steering wheel column and take off that panel. Above the fuse box & to the left of the steering wheel there's a hollow rectangular box looking thing that's big enough to hold cigarettes. The hollow box has a lightbulb knob to the left of it. You can pry out the hollow box with a screwdriver to access the relay.
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flasher switch location
The flasher switch for the 94 cutlass is not where you would think it
would be it is behind and off to the side of the ashtray or below the
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The above is accurate; getting to it is a little tricky. Open the
glove box and remove the tether wire connection at the door by
unscrewing the SHC screw with a T-15 Torx driver. This will expose 2 of
the 4 fuse panel mounting screws. Use an 8mm socket to remove all four
and wiggle the panel out. The flasher is behind and to the left in the
harness itself, not on a terminal block. Use a straight blade
screwdriver to gently pry the two prong connection from the unit (Mine
was an OEM Wagner - bright yellow.)
Additional Answer It depends if you're talking about the turn signal flasher or
the emergency flasher. The emergency flasher is directly behind the
glovebox. If you're referring to the turn signal flasher, I just
replaced mine last night without having to mess with the fusebox or
glovebox. It turns out that it was attached by a clip on the right side
of the ashtray frame inside the dashboard. I took out the removable
"cup" part of the ashtray, then removed the two upper and two lower
ashtray frame screws. Next, I pulled the frame forward and disconnected
the small ashtray light. The power wire for the cigarette lighter can
stay attached. After I slide the frame out the rest of the way it was
easy to get to and replace the flasher unit.
The hazard/turn signal flasher is a small square relay located right above the integrated control unit on the interior fuse block behind the left kick panel.If the flasher unit is functioning properly, you can hear an audible clicking sound when it’s operating.If the turn signals fail on one side or the other and the flasher unit doesn’t make its characteristic clicking sound, look for a faulty turn signal bulb.If both signals fail to blink, the problem may be due to a blown fuse (in the engine compartment fuse box, far upper left as you are facing the auto), a faulty flasher unit, a broken switch or a loose or open connection. If a quick check of the fuse box indicates that the turn signal fuse has blown, and the same thing happens after you replace it, you should check the wiring for a short.
To replace the flasher, simply (may be easier said than done) pull it out of the fuse block.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Hope this helps you.
The Hazard Lights Flasher relay is located:
Front seating area, driver side, driver side of steering column, behind lower dash panel, mounted on rear of fuse block The Turn Signal Flasher relay is located:Front seating area, driver side, under dash, mounted on lower left corner of fuse panel Curtorsey Auto Zone
The Electronic Flasher is located behind LH side of the instrument panel, above fuse panel.
you have to get on your back in front of the drivers seat ,,,with a flash light and look under the dash ,,, on the left side of the steering column tucked under the dash is a black square relay looking thing ,,this is your turn signal flasher ,,
The flasher is a small round plastic cylinder (unless replaced with a metal one) behind the left edge of the glove box that will look similar to the one in the fuse panel. The first step is to squeeze gently both sides of the open glove box and let it swing downward. It will be snapped into a metal horizontal brace just to the left of the glovebox opening by a small tab and have two wires attached. The number more than likely will be a #552 although I have seen a factory one with a Warner #224