It's attached to the back of the hazard light button.
It is responsible for all turn signals, there is relay inside this button. Some Aleros have bad flash relays and it is replacing in dealer centre for free.
Is the hazard lights button not on top of the steering column ? The switch for the hazard lights on my 1995 Ford Explorer is part of the multi functin switch ( turn signals etc. )
Hazard switch is the signal relay has gone bad. Defective from new, has been replaced with a different part number.
First be sure to check all fuses. If OK, then a common cause is actually the hazard switch. This is also the turn signal flasher. Try ressing in very lightly on the hazard button and see if the turn signals start to work. Of press button on and off very quickly and harchly several times, then try the turn signals.
Hit the button a few good times with a rubber mallet fairly hard - no joke - it fixed mine - I used a rubber handled screwdriver for my mallet
On my 2000 Grand AM SE the switch is in the dash above the radio (behind the hazard indicator button). You can remove the plate covering this part of the dash by prying around the edges.
the hazard button is located on the steering column on the right lower side... as far as the 2nd button... I'm actually trying to figure that out for myself, lol the second button starts the car in 2nd gear I believe it's only for the automatics and it is used when you need to get more traction in say snow.
The hazard switch is located on the button itself. In a 1999 Honda Civic find the hazard button, which is located on the dashboard.
I replace my flasher fuse.Now they light up but won't blink.
Your turn signals and hazards use separate flashers. Your hazard flasher might have bitten the dust. FriPilot sounds like the horn/horns arent working. also sounds like the hazard switch is inop
many possible causes, but first look at a faulty hazard button switch assembly faulty.
it is the relay, change it, it is the hazard button, the one with the red triangle.
If you turn/hazard lights don't work, or work when they want to, even if its just the turn signals or just the hazard likes that stop working, it gonna be the relay/flasher unit. It's located under your hazard light button. Your hazard light button sits on top of the unit. So if you have a persiting problem or an intermitant problem it's gonna be that unit. You can take off the portion of you dash that contains your vents, hazard light button and light dimmer poteniometer simply my just carefull prying it out srom its clips, be carefull when pulling it out as not to brake any of the plastic.
My research to date finds that the turn signals and hazard signals are controlled by a common relay. That relay is behind the hazard relay switch. My 2002 Audi A6 has the same symptoms you describe, and I will be removing the hazard switch to get at the relay for replacement. Good luck.
Hit the Hazard button it will be a triangled shaped button
you may have blown the computer chip that regulates your lights its usually your hazard lights button that's the chip.
Flasher is faulty.
There is a button near the hazard light button to do that.
it is to cange the headlamp
If the turn signals are inoperative check the hazard switch, if the hazards don't work replace the hazard switch, the signals will start working. if the hazards are ok ,the turn signal switch may be bad.
turn signal switch is the hazard button! Pull out hazard button and replace it! good luck!
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
The hazard button alone can't be replaced. You will need to replace the complete signal switch which is called a multifunction switch.