check the recalls there is something in there about tail light and signals
It has one flasher that controls both the turn signals and the emergency flashers. If the turn signals are working then the flasher is not your problem. However the flasher relay is located on the drivers side, under the dash, above the fuse block, mounted on the kick panel.
This depends on your problem. A couple questions in this faq deal with this already. If your hazards come on but don't flash, just stay solidly lit, then most likely it's the flasher relay.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
I had the same problem in my 1999 Mercury Cougar, I replaced the flasher located in the blinker assembly. It was very simple to do. Flasher cost about $10
I have a 97 Tahoe and the brake lights were not working and the problem was in the emergency flasher switch. I just jiggled it and the brake lights worked so am thinking you might have the same problem. It could also be the brake pedal switch located right on the pedal arm.
Troubleshoot a problem by being patient and understanding. Do as much fact finding as possible and do not assume that the problem is petty or a lie.
There are two flasher relays side by side. One is for the signal lights, the other is for the emergency flashers. They are the same relay so you can swap the two and see if the problem your having changes when you try to operate them.
Flasher relay is defective.
Flasher unit. there's a hazard flasher on your dashboard on top of your stereo where you turn on your emergency lights on.that flasher comes out with a thin screwdriver just pull it out and unplug it then plug it back in that would solve your problem if not that's that flasher you need to replace new
the flasher unit is directly behind the kick panel in the center (same panel that your cigarette lighter is in. it takes an Allen wrench and i believe a 8 mm socket to get to. you can interchange your emergency flasher and your turn signal unit to see if that is your problem. hope this answers your question. Mike
As an analyst anyway, the first step of problem solving is to troubleshoot it.