How do you replace the turn signal flasher on a 1996 Plymouth Voyager?
the turn signal flasher is a part of the hazard lights as well. It is under the steering wheel and is the largest flasher in the cluster. You do not need to remove any other parts, plates etc to get to this it sticks out about three inches.
Is the signal flasher and the hazzard flasher the same on a 1991 buick century if not where is the location of the signal flasher?
What is the fix for non working turn signals on a 1993 Cougar when the hazard flasher and all associated bulbs work?
the turn signal switch sends current to the turn signal flasher. it then goes to the bulb. The turn signal switch will turn on the turn signal and when the brake is applied it cancels out the brake light as it is a duel element bulb. 1 element is for brake and turn and the other is for parking lights. you can not have a blinker and a constant feed to the same element of…
Remove the dash panel that contains the emergency brake release handle. Behind this panel you will find a metal plate held in place with 4 screws. Remove this plate. The combination "turn signal & flasher" module is yellow and is located to the extreme left side of the assembly that holds the "plug-in" type devices.
Yes you can replace a bike flasher with a car flasher . I priced the flasher from Honda dealer they want $80.00 plus tax for it I bought a standard car flasher for $4.79 plus tax and it worked. (flasher must be three prong - Prt.#550 12 volt 20-1036-2 from Can. Tire.) I answered my own question by trying it and it worked.