Don't use a metal object on the fuse panel, you may wind up with much bigger probelms. The flasher unit has a number of pins on the back that attach it into the panel socket, use a non-conductive item, like a plastic fork or spoon to pry it loose.
The flasher relays are in the back of the glove compartment. They are behind a piece of plastic labeled "Relay Access" You will need to use a screwdriver to pry the bottom tabs of the plastic to pull it out. You will see three small black cubes. Those are your flasher relays. They are a standard-type relay that should only cost a few dollars at an automotive parts store.
It should be located on your fuse panel.AnswerOk, they may seem stupid, but that's what they did to the blazer. They set the flasher near the middle and under the center console behind the radio and stuff.i just had to replace mine and it sucked finding it AnswerI just did mine 7/05. It was right next to the Cig lighter behind the panel. They do mark the turn signal from the hazard flasher on the plastic behind them. Turn is on the right. AnswerAfter trying different methods of locating my signal flasher such as turning the hazzards on and listening for the sound,which is worthless because it sounds like its coming from everywhere.I came to this forum and realized they were right. It's to the left of the radio right behind the dash. The hazzard flasher and the turn signal flasher are side by side. That's the dumbest place Ive even seen to put a flasher but that's where its at.
It located behind the panal, to the right of the AC controls. It can be a real pain on a celeb to get to. Sometimes you can get to it from under the dash, most of the time you cant. So you have to take that panal around the AC controls, and radio off. You start by reaching behind the dash, and taking the plug off for the cigar lighter. Then, with a screwdriver, if you look into the cigar lighter, you will see slots along the side of the socket. Put your screwdriver tip into that slot and try to turn it counter-clockwise while you have one hand on the back of the socket. It should come loose and you can finish unscrewing it with your hand and screwdriver. Once the socket is out, the panal should just pop off. Once this panal is off, look behind it for your blinker, and reassemble.
The Emergency Flasher Button is located on the steering column. It is labeled Hazard Flasher and is a black piece of rectangular plastic that you slide up to put your emergency flasher lights on (easiest with your right hand) and slide downward (towards the floor) to turn your lights off If you mean the flasher relay unit it should be above the passengers feet behind a plastic cover on the underside of the dash.
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