Often, a separate flasher unit is used to activate the hazard flashers. This unit might be bad, or the switch to activate the hazard flashers might be bad. answer always there are 2 flashers.one for turn signals other for hazard replace hazard flasher They have separate fuses also.
Hazard and turn signals usually use separate flashers, switch the flashers to see if turn signals work and hazards don't, if so replace the flasher you need to replace the blinker flasher unit it is different from the hazard unit they cost about 4 bucks the flasher unit is the big round thing in the fuse panel in the dashboard
Flasher relay bad. This is a separate flasher relay from the one controlling the hazard lights.
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals
Probably turn signal flasher
There are two flashers, one for the hazards and one for the signals.
The turn signals use a different flasher. The flasher should be in the fuse block or right next to it. The flasher is round, a little bigger than a quarter and 1 1/4 inch tall. Just plugs in.
The flasher relay is more than likely defective. One flasher controls both the turn signals and the hazard lights. It is located on the driver side, behind dash, mounted above kick panel.
The combination flasher unit for the turn signals and hazard flashers is located to the left of the floor console behind the lower steering colum trim cover.
Defective Flasher Relay, replace it. One relay operates the Hazard Lights and the other operates the turn signals. Be sure and replace the correct one.Defective Flasher Relay, replace it. One relay operates the Hazard Lights and the other operates the turn signals. Be sure and replace the correct one.
The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.