The module is part of the switch
The flasher is actually the hazard switch itself. If removed turn signals will not function. Just pop the old switch out and unplug it to replace if broken (if present and signal don't work).
The newer GM vehicles incorporate the turn signal flasher with the hazard warning module
the flasher and hazards are all in one . if flashers are bad check hazard switch on dash. remove trim plate and remove screw that holds flasher switch in.
It should be either in or next to the fuse block near the steering column. On the newer models it is incorporated with the hazard flasher module
Check the flasher for the turn signals which is under the dash on the left side of the steering column . It is different from the emergency flasher.
Usually a bad hazard flasher module a common problem. Try playing with hazard switch.
May be part of the hazard warning module - part of the switch
see your dealer about a recall for flasher
The button to turn on the hazards in Chevy lumina is on top of the steering wheel column.
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.