I have a 2000 Mountaineer and my flasher was located to the right of the drivers leg just under the dash. It should be mounted to a bracket there and easily located. On mine, I was having problems and all it was was that the wire had come a little loose. I pulled the wire off and then put it back on and haven't had a problem since.
The flasher relay is on the top side of the fuse panel which is located under the dash on the driver's side. The owner's manual suggests seeing the dealer for servicing of the relay box because the fuse panel has to be moved to gain access.
The flasher relay is on the top side of the fuse box which is located under the dash on the driver's side. In order to gain access to the relay, the fuse panel must be removed. The owner's manual states to see the dealer for serviceing of the relay box.
The flasher relay on a 2003 Chevy Malibu is located under the dash near the steering wheel. Look for a bright green plug.
It is at the far right of the bottom of the fuse panel in the steeing column. Remove access panel on the column and you will see three relays at the bottom.
Flasher relay is more than likely defective.
The turn signal flasher relay on a 2003 jeep Liberty is in the fuse box that is below the glove compartment. Look for a large box type plug in with three prongs inside the fuse box.
Module part of Hazard warning switch
Under the dash board on the left side of the steering column.
The 2003 Chevy S 10 pickup truck turn signal flasher relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The turn signal flasher relay switch will be between the gas pedal and the brake pedal.
The flasher relay is located above the fuse box/fuse panel on the left side of the driver's foot-well. To access it, you will need to lower the black plastic panel above the brake and accelerator pedals. You no not need to remove any screws, the panel is held-on by 3 clips at the front (side closest to driver's seat). The relay itself can be found on the top-right corner. It is typically a black box. To be sure, turn on your 4-way flasher (assuming that this works) and follow the clicking sound. From my understanding, the flasher relay is a dual-relay, acting as the relay for both the 4-way hazards and the turn-signals.
More than likely the flasher relay is defective, replace it.
Hi, I just replaced the flasher relay on my wife's 2005 Monte Carlo. The flasher relay is not a traditional relay in the sense that it actually is integrated into the emergency flashers button on your instrument panel, above the ignition. The part cost $45 at the dealership, and was a bit tricky to install. You'll have to remove several screws that hold the instrument board in place. It's also a pain in the butt to remove the actual flasher relay, once you get to that point.