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
Bulbs , Flasher under dash, broken wiring
the turn signal flasher and the hazard flasher are located in a small canister shaped unit located in the wiring harness under the dash near the steering column. in all Isuzu trucks from 81'-93'
most audis have the turn signal flasher relay combined with the hazard pushbutton switch in the dashboard. You can pull the hazard switch out of the dash by gently prying it (it's held in by friction, no screws), disconnecting the wiring harness and replacing with a new part.
Assuming you have checked all of the bulbs, sockets and wiring, the signal flasher could be weak or the signal switch is bad.
There are two flasher relays on the Volvo 460. One operates the hazard indicators and the seat belt warning light. This one is located in the switch assembly itself. The relay for the indicators is behind the clock on the facia panel (near the hazard light switch). My relay was fixed to the clock wiring with a tie strap. if it isn't it will be there somewhere. It is a small black cube about 1" square. If the car is fitted with a towbar the relay will have two wires coming from it,(brown and blue on my car), these are held in with small spring clips that need to be depressed to disconnect the wires. This relay is difficult to obtain and is used to connect the warning lights from the trailer to the car.They cost about
the flasher unit is either in fuse box, or is in wiring under dash
I don't know of a flasher TERMINAL. There is a turn signal flasher in the wiring under the dash next to the steering column and an emargency flasher that sometimes is in the fuse panel.
Remove the flasher retaining bolts from the headlight assembly bracket. Remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new flasher.
in the wiring harness
Try the technical dept of your library. I just got the complete wiring diagram for my 88 accord.
Check your fuses, and relays, if all good. check the bulbs, if not that, then the wiring, if not that then you need to replace the switch. im having the same problem with my car and thats what it is. i have tried everything else. apparantly hondas esp our years have alot of problems with the switch going out.
Need more info on what you need ( bulb#, fuse#, hazard flasher, wiring color/gauge?) also need to know what year dakota? The owner's manual has bulb#/fuse amp/location.
http://www.modifiedlife.com/1988-honda-accord-car-radio-wiring-diagram/ Visit here it has full diagram, GL!
whats the wiring diagram for a 2000 honda accord ex with a v6 3.0
you would need to check for voltage past the flasher unit and before the flasher make sure the problem is not the switch, or the wiring after the flasher.
exactly where is the flasher relay
It has 2 relays. The turn signal flasher relay is located on the driver's side, under dash, driver's side of steering column, mounted on fuse side of fuse panel. The hazard flasher relay is located on the driver's side, under dash, driver's side of steering column, mounted on the wiring/connector side of fuse panel.
Advance Auto carries an electronic flasher, EP34, that can be made to work. Cut 3 identical lengths of 18 gauge wire. Strip the ends of the wires, one quarter inch, and on one end put a male spade type connector and on the other end a female connector. Noting the wiring position on the flasher, connect the wires individually to the flasher and the car wiring. Secure the wiring with tape.
When changing or replacing any electrical wiring within a car or car part it is important to have a diagram. The wiring diagram for a 1992 Honda Accord AC heater fan is found in its maintenance manual.
Its been a long time but the flasher hangs in the wiring harness under the dash to the left of the steering column
if it is the same trim level, yes. (lx, ex, dx, lxi)
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.
The flasher is located under the dash to the right of steering wheel. It is in a wiring harness located under the air conditioning vent. You have to remove a cover to get to the flasher. Need small hands!
Yes if you got the money hasport does custom wiring and mount