I just changed the flasher plug on my daughters 2000 Sunfire. Don't bother with the fuse box, it ain't there. Don't look for a 'silver round plug, it is square and green.
From the brake pedal arm, move your hand up 6 to 8 inches, have the flashers turned on so you can hear it, When you touch it, you will actually feel it blinking. It is attached to a support post. Hint, depending on the model, if you shine a flashlight through the open space below the steering column you can get a view of it. It will be attached to a support. Wiggle it out, in the direction of the radio, it will take some force. the new OEM replacement plugs do not have the piece that reattaches to the support. After I replaced the plug, and tested it, I just used a zip tie to reattach it to the support.
It took me 15 minutes to fine the plug, it took less time to remove it, replace it and reattachit.
I have a 1996 Sunfire and the 4way flasher is located on the top of the steering column.
I do believe it is behind the glovebox
Yes and it may have 2 flasher relays. I could tell you if you had listed the year.
I recenlty got a recall on my ignition switch in my 2000 sunfire and I just took it to the dealer and they did it for free.
Remove the transmission oil pan
The flasher unit on a 2000 Corvette is built into the emergency flasher unit in the console.
Remove the panel under steering wheel. There will be 2 flashers. Replace one on right.
They stopped making Sunbirds in 1994, you have a Sunfire
The cast of The Flasher from Grindelwald - 2000 includes: Martin Guggisberg as The Flasher
change the flasher
how to replace the flasher on a 2000 chrysler concorde LXI
its a sunfire and automatic you don't