Here is a website that will help you I am replacing mine tomorow. Looks to be straight forward. Although this is for a TJ, I assume that they would be the same. http://www.sonicjay.com/Jeep/relay-howto.htm
Remove the plastic "kick panel" beneath the steering column. There are screws along the bottom. The panel pops off at the top. Next, remove the large, steel plate underneath. The flasher is located high up, to the left of the steering column. You need to remove the two nuts that hold a steel brace/shield that is in the way of removing the flasher. Finally, carefully pry the flasher holder away from metal support over it with a large screwdriver. You will then need to remove the protective tape in order to remove the flasher from it's socket. Reverse the procedure after plugging in the new flasher. It's really not difficult and should only take about half an hour if you haven't done it before. This procedure should cover all Jeep Cherokees from 1997 through 2001. I am not certain if is the same for pre 1997 or Grand Cherokees.
The turn and hazard flasher relays are incorporated into hazard switch.
I believe the hazard switch is used as the turn signal flasher in 71 bus. No extra flasher involved... I believe the hazard switch is used as the turn signal flasher in 71 bus. No extra flasher involved...
The 2004 Ford Ranger pickup truck signal hazard flasher unit can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal hazard flasher unit will be above the brake pedal.
Both the hazard flasher unit and the turn signal flasher unit are in the main fuse box and are identified
No they are not. The hazard flasher should be located in the fuse panal. While the turn signal flasher is located behind the dash near the AC controls. Can be a pain to find and replace.
The turn signal/hazard flasher is integrated into the flasher switch. A very common failure on these cars.
Incorporated in the hazard warning module part of the hazard switch
It probably has 2 Flasher Relays. One for the hazard lights and one for the turn signals. Replace the turn signal flasher.
There are two flasher relays on your vehicle, one for the turn signals, and one for the hazard lights. The turn signal flasher relay is located below the left hand side of the instrument panel. The hazard flasher relay is located under the steering column support.
The hazard flasher on a 2000 Mercury Cougar is located under the dash on the driver's side of the vehicle. It is in the slot next to the turn signal flasher above the brake pedal.
in the hazard switch
Part of the hazard warning module
The fuse for hazard and signal lights on the Nissan Serena is in the fuse box, bottom row. The flasher fuse for hazard and signal lights is located in the dash just to the left of the radio.
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 "flasher fuse" Is located in the fuse panel.It is a round relay fuse
the turn signal/hazard flasher is located under the dash between the brake pedal and the fuse block.
The turn signal flasher is next to the fuse panel at the lower left of the steering column. The hazard flasher is located to the right of the steering column.
Both the hazard flasher and signal flashers are located behind the drivers side kick panel, under the steering column. If you've found one, the other one will be very close to it. It's probably hidden behind something.
If your hazard lights don't work but your turn signals do work it could be that your Hazard Lamp Flasher needs to be replaced. Your car has both a "hazard lamp flasher" and a "turn signal lamp flasher". Your "turn signal lamp flasher" is working but your "Hazard Lamp Flasher" may not be working. Buy a new "hazard lamp flasher" and install it. The hazard lamp flasher is located behind the instrument panel to the left of the steering column.
The turn signal flasher is located in the fuse compartment. The fuse compartment is located under the steering column on the interior of the car. The flasher fuse is round and silver. Hope this helps.
The turn signal flasher on a 1989 VW Jetta is located next to the fuse box inside the car. It is on the driver's side under the dash. The hazard flasher should be right next to the turn signal flasher.
the turn signal/hazard flasher is located under the dash to the left of the steering column between the brake pedal and the fuse block.
The turn signal flasher is located in the same assembly as the hazard button the dashboard just above the stereo. You need to remove the trim pieces from the dashboard in order to access the flasher assembly.
It has 2 flasher relays.Turn signal flasher is located Right of steering column, mounted to bottom of instrument panel carrierHazard Flasher is located Left of steering column, mounted to bottom of instrument panel carrier
yes it has both and I'm not sure where the flasher is located but it's probably up under the dash on that car near the steering column.