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I just replaced mine, but it did not solve the problem.

The flasher unit is located just behind the knee panel on the driver's left side. I found to get to it I had to remove the following pieces...

front screw located on the drivers molding bottom of door and plastic screw which hold the kick panel where the fuses are... this allows you to remove the kick panel in the front bottom of the door opening. Remove 2 10 mm bolts and screw at the bottom of the knee panel. Remove speaker cover and two plugs on either side of the steering wheel in the knee panel. Under each of these you will find a 10 mm bolt, remove them. The knee panel should be able to be removed. You will find on the left side a tab and pressure snap (do not force it out, minor pressure should pop this panel out.) This panel has wires connecting it to the dimmer knob, left speaker and hood latch. Be careful.

The flasher unit is the black box, with 3 wires attached. White connector. It is slid onto a piece of body metal and you can pull this off (again be careful not to pull the wires). Replacement flasher units can be purchased for about 12 bucks.


My problem is a buzzing noise in the flasher unit and replacement did not correct the problem. I am wondering if the switch has a short in it and it need to be replaced. Any help would be greately appriciated.

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