1.0 There is a bundle of wires that feed the lights and turn signal in the back. Right where the different wires separate from the bundle check to see if there is a wire that goes to ground. Make sure it is grounded. or 2.) check to see if one of the filaments in the bulb is burned out. it is a dual filament bulb. yes you have to take off the plastic lens, probably using a star driver.
If neither signal light works, the flasher may very likely be the problem. The hazard lights and the signal lights work off different flashers.
The front or rear turn signal flasher bulb may be burned out and needs to be replaced. The turn signal flasher my be defective and should be replaced. The hazzard lights have a flasher unit of their own. These are found up in under the dash in the steering column area.
The 1994 Chevrolet S 10 Blazer turn signal flasher switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The turn signal flasher switch will be above the gas pedal.
Signal flasher is located behind the panel left of the ashtray. Panel has to come off and you will see the signal flasher and the four way flasher.
The turn signal flasher on a 2000 Chevy Blazer is located under the dash. It is just above the gas pedal and slightly to the right.
It can be blown fuse, defective turn signal Flasher Relay, or blown bulbs. In rare instances it can be a defective turn signal switch.
I believe it is in your glove compartment there is an access to your flasher.
you need to change the flasher can for the signal lights
I am assuming you have replaced any defective bulb. If none of the turn signals work, replace the turn signal flasher relay.
Years Back On Cars I Have Owned I Found That A Marker Bulb Was Bad And Replaced It All Would Work OK. Other Times I Replaced The Turn Signal Flasher And It Solved Ther Problem. Check And See If All The Lights Blink The Same On Each Side Of The Vehicle, If They Do Then Try a New Flasher. ++ Check All Lights Front Side And Rear, Then Same On Other Side ++ GOOD LUCK
Replace the signal flasher relay.
Buy a "highway" turn signal flasher
Try the fixes offered in the "Related Question" below... Chances are really good they'll work for you.
Probably the flasher unit needs to be replaced. This is an electronic switch which usually mounts underneath the dashboard.
Sounds like flasher is defective and will soon need to be replaced
Some cars have two flashers, one for the signals and the other for the emergency flashers. Be sure you replaced the right one. Also check the fuse the bulbs and lastly the signal switch.
Depending on what type of vehicle it is, it could be the combination flasher relay. 2000 Dodge Caravan, same problem. Replaced DRL/Flasher Relay, problem fixed. Was an expensive dealer only relay...
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.
Look for either a blown fuse or replace flasher unit for the signal lights (it is separate from the hazard lights flasher unit).
You have to start by checking the bulbs or the flasher I think it may be the flasher.>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The Flasher for a 93 S10 Blazer is in the only fuse panel on the drivers side underneath the dash. It is the big round silver thing in the bottom right of the panel
Most likely turn signal flasher
Bad turn signal flasher.