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Flasher location for 1995 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 V6?

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August 06, 2007 6:31PM

I have a 1994 Rodeo, 4WD, 5 SPD, V-6 3.2 engine and I just replaced my flasher on August 2, 2007. Hopefully, your 1995 is the same! The hazard/turn signal flasher (#E34 black rectangular unit at AutoZone or Pep Boys) is mounted BEHIND the left front speaker. I removed the 4 or 5 screws that held the left side of my lower dash to the dashboard. Then, I removed my LEFT SIDE speaker (driver's side) and with a flashlight was able to see the black hazard/signal unit. The hardest part was actually getting my fingers in there to pull it out. My 1994 Rodeo still had the original unit which is held in place by two tiny locking nubs, one on top and one on the bottom. I finally ended up breaking one of the little nubs to remove the unit! (It DOES NOT MATTER since the replacement unit has no nubs and simply slides straight in.) You MUST be patient and careful since the location is a real challenge! By the way, the parts counter person told me I had separate flashers for the hazard and the turn-signal. WRONG! There is only one unit which controls both actions! (The catalog lists both an #E12 yellow round unit AND the #E34 black rectangular unit. The #E12 did NOT fit my vehicle!) Good luck!