Check the bulbs. This usually indicates you have a bulb out. In fact, it is a handy signal that you have a bulb out. The 4-way flasher has more bulbs to power, so it doesn't notice that one is missing.
if indicator flasher is signal relay then its underneath dashboard, driver's side..
Turn left indicator signal flashes rapidly when I use indicator, bulbs ok, no lights working
Flasher relay is defective.
Access indicator flasher under instrument panel left of steering column. Remove screw retaining indicator flasher to instrument panel. Disconnect connector from indicator flasher and remove indicator flasher from vehical. I am also trying to find flasher on 1997 t bird. I hear it but cant find it- Help please
have a friend stand in front of the car and look to see if it flashes or not
if it only flashes fast on one side, you have bulb out on that side. If both sides are fast, change the flasher
Make sure all bulbs are working Replace turn signal flasher
How bout the turn signal indicator switch located in the steering column.
Generally, this means that a bulb is burned out, or that your flasher has died. If you only experience the problem on one side, in other words, left signal only, or right signal only, you can pretty much count on it being a bulb. If it's on both sides, it's probably the flasher. FriPilot
Sounds like a weak turn signal flasher
Burnt out bulb.
The cause for a turn signal flasher to keep clicking on a 1999 GMC Jimmy is a bad flasher unit. Replacing this with a new flasher unit should solve this problem.
Test the flasher or just replace if not expensive. replace the flasher can usually found near the fuse box
my turn signal indicator flashes rapidly but the actual turn signal does not flash only on one side
The flasher on a 2002 Alero is all part of the hazard switch up on the dash. I just had mine replaced under GM's special policy for the signal light problem and I asked them where the flasher was.
Before replacing the flasher you should check the fuses inside the car and in the engine compartment including fuseable links, then check for voltage in the flasher connector with the switch on, it may be that your switch is the problem. Newer cars use lighting control modules which would be the next place to check.
1) a signal flasher and a 2) 4-way signal flasher
You should have more than one bulb in your flashers and I would say one of them is burnt out. Just replace the bulb and it should fix the problem Usually, when the inside flasher, flashes at a more rapid pace than normal. It usually means that that side light bulb is bad. If that is the case, it normally is the case, I would replace both to be on the safe side.
You did not mention if it is a bulb problem or it will not flash. If it blinks faster on one side than the other, then you have a bad bulb. Check them and determine which is not working and replace it. If the indicator stays on steady, then you have a flasher problem. it will not flash
Could be turn signal flasher Could be problem with switch in steering column Could be turn signal flasher Could be problem with switch in steering column
the emergecy flasher swith is the turn signal flasher. this is a dealer part and is changed easily the emergecy flasher swith is the turn signal flasher. this is a dealer part and is changed easily
If turn signals are working could be a bad bulb If turn signals are not working--could be fuse flasher or problem in steering column
Where is the turn signal flasher on a 2002 impala