Instead of removing the A/C vent, remove the kick panel under the steering column and also the speedo assembly. You will have great access to the switch and the whole project should only take 20 minutes. When removing everything just remember to be gentle, you are dealing with plastic.
Under the hood....there are two white pegs that hold the whole headlight piece in...take those out and then pull of the black rubber top over the hole (should be round) and you are there.
I have a 2000 and the turn signal flasher and the hazzads are one unit. I found that if my turn signal stops flashing I can wiggle the hazzard switch to get it working, this is due to a loose connection. Getting to the whole switch requires removing the bezel around the instrument panel. then you can access it from the right hand side. Found a lot of "snap together" dash components on this car. It is much easier to access the flasher/hazard switch by easily prying out the center vents. The flasher unit and cruise control switch are then easily accessible just to the left of this opening. It should be noted that the fault is usually not with hazard/flasher unit but with the multi-function control on the left side of the steering column which is a $250 part to replace unless you can get it from a junk yard.
Here is THE answer as to how to replace the hazard flasher in a 2001 Intrigue!!
Remove Hazard/cruise bezel on front of dash and be very careful as it breaks easily.
1. Remove the center air conditioning vent in the dash. The vent is held in the dash by (4) PLASTIC hooks. Two on top and two on the bottom. The top left hook is almost directly above the left vent adjustment tab on the louver and the bottom left hook is in about the same spot below. The top and bottom right hand hooks are above and below the right louver adjustment tab similar to the left side. They break easily!!!
(2) After removing the vent you will be able to see the Hazard/cruise control retainer. This retainer is made from black plastic and has (2) rather large flaps on the left and right side of the hazard switch which is in the top part of the carrier. Simply squeeze BOTH together and the whole thing will fall out behind the dash.
(3) Both the switches have the usual electrical connections. The hazard switch has a whitetab on the right side that is depressed to free the connector. The cruise switch has a green lift tab to free the connector. You can now remove the carrier with both switches.
(4) The hazard switch is in a green sleeve which must be removed from the black group carrier. Figures doesn't it! to do that depress the green tabs on the sides of the sleeve to get it out, I had to break the tabs off to do that. Do not worry about breaking the tabs since the new part includes this sleeve. The new part from GM at the dealer cost 71.86 as of 10/27/08.
(5) Now replace the faulty switch and reassemble. If you have the part in hand BEFORE you start this should be a 30 minute job.
Another comment if the turn signals do not work but the cornering lights do then try this first
The hazard switch is the fix for my 2000 Intrigue. Could not get the part locally so sprayed electrical cleaner into the switch seems to be a good fix so far , we will see how long it will last until I have to order the part from the GM website. 2/13/2010
The 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue turn signal flasher control module is below the dashboard on the drivers side of the passenger compartment. The signal flasher control module should be labeled as such.
It is integrated with the hazard flasher switch on the dash. I've heard the easiest access is to remove the A/C vents, but never tried it.
In the fuse box under the hood. There is a diagram on the lid of the box.
Probably part of the hazard warning module - part of the hazard switch
Where is the signal flasher located on a 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera?
The turn-signal flasher on my 2001 Olds Intrigue is the same unit as the hazard warning unit. The part number is GM 10401280. you can access to and replace it through the center vent air deflector. You can use a small flat screw driver to open the top clip of the vent deflector to remove the vent. The Hazard Warning Switch Turn Signal Flasher will be visible on the left.
Which model 1993 Oldsmobile and which flasher relay? Turn signal or hazard relay?Cutlass Supreme and it's the flasher relay
Most often it is a bad or burnt socket. may also be the flasher that is part of the hazzard button on the dash.
The 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora turn signal/ hazard flasher module is located up under the LH dash above your feet.
The turn signal relay is part of the hazard switch. You can access is by removing the center vent. I think the part is around $20 from a dealer. Mine is going out, but I've found that I can just give the dashboard a "technical tap" and the blinkers come back on.
The turn signal flasher on a 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 is located in the steering column. There is a small door panel on the underside of the steering column that is held on by clips. Both the turn signal flasher and the hazard flasher are located here.
The turn signal flasher is located behind the fuse panel on the 1995 Olds Ciera. You will probably need to remove the glove box to gain access to it. fuse block under dash
The turn signal flasher is under the the dashboard attached to a clip mounted to the steering column.
The turn signal flasher relay on a 1992 Oldsmobile 98 Recency is in the fuse box under the dash. The fuse is light blue in color.
turn signal flasher
is it under the dash?
Open the driver door and remove the access panel on end of dash. Inside there is a round metal flasher held in place by a plastic clasp.
its part of the 4 way flasher its all one unit now
The flasher relay is located under the steering column support.
Turn signal flasher is under the dashboard beside the steering column. Flasher unit for the emergency flashers is on the other side of the steering column.
The signal flasher is located behind the fuse panel in the glovebox. I find it easier to remove the ashtray to access it. The hazard flasher is behind the glovebox on the right hand side and it's a pain to get to.
1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera turn signal flasher is behind the fuse panel. The 4-way flasher is to the right side of the glove box below the horn relay.
I believe it is in your glove compartment there is an access to your flasher.
We managed to find it but for anyone else looking here is the answer. The flasher in a 1999 Oldsmobile Bravada is behind the glove box on the right side.