The hazard flasher on a Mercedes Vito is located behind the dash on the driver's side of the vehicle. Look for a small rectangle shaped black box. The flasher can be pulled out and replaced just like a fuse.
Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn Andone for hazard. Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn And one for hazard.
The hazard warning fuse is under the hood. Pop your hood and look for the box on the driver side front labeled fuse access. Open that up and it has the fuses labeled on the underside of the plastic cover you popped off. If that fuse is good, it could be your hazard warning flasher. You have to take off the steering column cover to get to it. Make sure you disconnect the "negative" battery side first to cut power and so your airbag doesn't go off. I had to have mine replaced today. It was the hazard warning flasher. My turn signals and hazards did not work at all. You'll know the flasher is bad once you disconnect it and give it a shake. It'll rattle like light bulbs do, just a little louder obviously. If that seems fine you may have to replace the whole unit which is about 100 bucks and 135 for the unit and the flasher at advance auto in Columbus Ohio. Hope this helps. Monique
what does the indicator flasher look like as warning for your oil change 2006 cls 500 Mercedes
it is not the hazard system, but comes from the speedo cable which is routed behind the dashboard thus making it sound like the flasher unit.
Sounds like there is a problem with the turn signal switch but it could be another problem. First you need to see if the hazard light's work normally when turn signal is not on, if it does the the turn signal switch is the problem. If your hazard lights do not function when you turn the hazard light switch on, then it's a simple fuse or flasher canister that has gone bad and your hazard flasher is in the on position. If the Hazard light's have a bad fuse or flasher canister and is in the "ON" position it can cause the problem you describe.
This site will show a picture of a typical flasher oreillyauto.com They come in different colors, but all look about the same shape. You will find the flasher on the fuse block.
If it's like the 1994 Explorer the turn signal and hazard flasher " cans " are in the fuse panel
The hazard symbol warning of a flammable liquid looks link a stylized flame.
... on a 1990 Sundance there is a flasher just above and behind the radio - it seems to control the right side flashers. The 'bezel'type trim piece surrounding the section of the dash containing the radio can be pryed off. I would sure like to know where the flasher for the lights on the left side is ...
Sounds like your signal flasher went out. Refer to your owners manual and look in the back glossary for anything with the words signal, flasher, and hazard. It should tell you where and how to replace this item.
The turn signals are controlled through the hazard warning switch. I have an 01 Alero and had the same problem. I had to replace the hazard warning switch. The dealer wanted like $90 for the switch, or you can try a salvage yard, which I did and payed $10. Hope this hepls.
They do not all look the same. Purchase one for your car and you will have a good idea what it looks like. Click the link for a typical photo of one.
pretty colors, and shiny connectors...but read up on it... Everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available, for FREE, in the reference section(make copies of the correct sections) read up and fix it like a PRO! :) good luck-Dave
To make the hazard lights alternating flash, a kit called a wig wag is added to the flasher system. To have actual strobe lights, then a strobe kit with its own light has to be installed.
The general warning lab safety symbol consists of a black exclamation point in a yellow triangle. As you'd expect, it is a general warning to laboratory staff that a hazard exists.
the flasher is black and square not round like most. it is located above the fuse panel on the driver side of vehicle . to the left of the steering column best way to access the flaser is to remove the panel below the steering column your welcome .
behind the glove box the flasher on a 1997 blaser is between the stering wheel and the lighter you have to take off the dash face its behind that That's exactly where I found it. I would like to point out that it's the bottom part of the dash. Once pulled, you will see two flashers just left of the where the cigarette lighter is. The one on the right is for the blinkers (I assume the left is probably hazard lights). A quick test to find out if it is the flasher, or just a possible burt out bulb is to see if the hazard lights work (since they are usually on a different flasher).
Edited: The flasher for the turn signals is usually located on or near the column under the dash. Unscrew the three screws holding the cover on. The flasher unit is that 1" cylindrical unit with two posts plugged in to a wire. To replace, unplug, and plug in a new one. The hazard flasher is a separate system. Unedited: Look at the hazzard flasher; usually in fuse box round 1" or square 1") to get an idea of what it looks like and pull it out; then when you think you have found the turn signal unit, plug it in to see if that fixes it.
open dash and feel to the left and find the other flasher and replace it. it is just like the one in the fuse panel
Flasher LocationIt's located on top off the fuse panel under the dash on the driver side.Turn signal/ flasher relay is behind left end of instrument panel above the fuse boxMight not be your flasher I was asking this same question about my 95 Ford Taurus. If your problem is your signal and hazard lights not working and you've checked your fuses, the next logical step would be to find the flasher. On looking up this question myself I found that the problem usually wasn't the flasher but the multifunction switch located on the steering column. The best answer I found so far was to spray some WD40 under the hazard warning light switch behind the steering wheel. Operate the switch on and off about a dozen times, then operate the turn-signal switch left and right about a dozen times. Add some more WD40 and let it sit a few minutes. Try again. It should begin to work. One location of the flasher was under the dash to the left of the steering wheel. It was described as a blue plastic cube. Don't know if yours looks like that or not. Hope this helped at least a little. Answer If it is like my 98 Grand Marquis, it is incorporated within the hazard flasher switch on top of the steering column. Before spending money to get it repaired, try squirting some WD 40 around the switch and push it down and let it pop up several times and wiggle it around. It worked for me when my flashers, turn signals, and brake lights stop working. Apparently, over the years gunk finds it way in there, be it dirt, liquids, etc. Pressing the flasher switch can sometimes initiate the problem. I don't believe there is a plug-in "flasher" you can replace as you may remember in older vehicles.
what does a flasher relay in 2000 dodge durango look like.
Front seating area, behind steering column cover, on left hand side of steering column. I bought a replacement flasher at pepboys(part # EP27) It din't work in my ranger. So I bought another at the Ford dealer and this works. The flasher looks like a relay( http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?mfrcode=TRD&mfrpartnumber=EP27 ).the OEM flasher usually is blue.
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
fuse-bad ground-turn signal switch-bulb-wiring 4 turn signal switch in the steering colume. My 1992 Beretta Chevy just did this. The TURN SIGNAL flasher was out. It looks EXACTLY like the hazard flasher but it has 2 yellow bands around it! My backup lights are on same circuit as turn signals so I was able to check the fuse quickly by making sure my backup lights were working. Please be sure to tell parts supplier you need the turn signal flasher and not the hazard flasher! The flasher was located on circuit board under dash right above the door chime (door chime is small peach colored thing next to hazard flasher and horn relay) I was able to fix it using a small Philips screwdriver and a 9/32" nut driver (or socket) to take off the underdash kick panels on driverside.