it is under the dash driver side there is a fuse block i believe it on the top right corner it is roung like you probably think it is a small square black block pull it and replace
The hazard flasher is normally located in the fuse block under the dash. The turn signal flasher is normally mounted on the backside of the dash. The flashers are round and has 2 prongs.
The hazard and signal flashers are located behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
Probably turn signal flasher
It is located under the dash on the drivers side, mounted on the passenger side of the steering wheel. There are 2 flashers there. One for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights.
Both the signal and 4-way flashers are located behind the plastic lower dash panel aprox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
The signal and 4-way flashers are behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox under the heater controls. The plastic lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
The signal and emergency flashers are located behind the lower dash panel aprox in the center. You need to remove several small screws to drop this plastic panel. Once it is off the flashers are visable.
the turn signal/hazard flasher is located under the dash to the left of the steering column between the brake pedal and the fuse block.
The flashers are part of the directional stalk. This is for all 1995 - 1997 Lincoln Continentals.
There is a relay switch for the signal flasher's, on your 1997 Ford van. The relay switch is below the dashboard on the drivers side.
The most common causes are the bulbs themselves, but another problem could be your hazard realy itself, its kinda like a fuse, idk where its located but if it went bad, the flashers stop operating, its a cheap fix, just have to find the relay.
The emergency flashers for the 1997 Mercury Cougar are on top of the steering column behind the wheel.
TheIndicator Flasher is a blue plastic box about 1" x 1" x 2" located under the instrument panel, almost directly above the diagnostic connector that is next to the hood release. It has 5 wires connected to it. Both my turn indicators and hazard flashers quit yesterday, and the factory manual described the circuits well but didn't give a clue to the flasher location. Turned out that my problem was apparently a bad connection at the multifunction (hazard/turn)switch.
the location of the hazard lights is on top of the steering colum.
I just checked my '97 Sable wagon for a related problem; (HAZARD LIGHTS DO NOT FLASH but my Turn Signals do). I checked the HAZARD FUSE (15 amp), it was fine; I got my hand under/behind the dash and wiggled all the wiring harnesses and harness sockets I could feel, then all of a sudden my flashers started working. Trying to isolate it I pinpointed the problem to the HAZARD SWITCH located above the steering column cover, (PUSH-ON, PUSH-OFF) and wiggled the switch and then they stopped again, and/or started to work again. It is probably a loose connector which will require a total dismantling to get to it. BTW: The Turn Signals and the Hazard Flashers work from the same RELAY, a Blue Ford Relay located under/behind the dash, to the left of the steering wheel. This RELAY is replaceable with a UNIVERSAL FLASHER RELAY from any auto parts. In your case, I would check the Turn Signal FUSE, it that is ok, then substitute the Turn Signal RELAY with another.
The turn signal and 4-way flashers are both located behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access.
It is bolted just above the emergency brake pedal behind the far left side of the dash. It might be easiest to remove the panel under the steering wheel. Turn on the hazard flashers to help you pinpoint the module. ~Mike Steinbach
Sounds like a blown bulb somewhere on the righthand signal side.
The signal flasher and the 4-way flasher are both located behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox above the trans hump in floor. The plastic lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
The Turn signal Fuse should be number 11 (7.5Amp) in the fuse box. Hazard Lights are on number 14 (15Amp).
Under the dash in the wiring on the left side of the steering column If you are upside down, it is on the left. There are two flashers. One controls the hazard lamps and the other controls the turn signals. They are both below and to the left of the radio. You need to remove the covers in the bottom center of the dash directly in front of the center floor console. The left flasher is for the four way and the right for turn signal. I just replaced mine ten minutes ago.
I work on a fleet of Crown Vicks and 2 possiblities I can think of is, #1, the signal switch (multifunction switch) is NG or, #2, the signal and flasher module is NG, located under dash above drivers right foot area.
On the left Turn signal handle
Both signal and emergency flashers are located behind the lower dash panel, below the radio, above the transmission hump in floor. The lower panel must be removed to gain access to them.
the flasher is integral within the hazard switch in the dash