I just replaced the flasher on my 96 Intrepid. It is not a standard flasher. The flasher is a black rectangular box about 1 inch square at the base and about 1 1/2 inches long. It is located to the left of the brake pedal and just to the right of the fuse panel. I had to get a new one from the dealer. The after market parts dealers did not have this. It costs about $30. The part number is stamped on the top of it. Chrysler flasher part # 47600060
It is on the passenger side of the bell housing about half way up.
On my 2001 Intrepid it had a drain plug under the car on the gas tank. You can drain the gas out that way.
I am assuming you want to know why your flasher is not working. The flasher is run off the turn single fuse it should be listed on the fuse block or fuse diagram if the fuse is good check your flasher some 95 flashers are 3 prong round canister type and others are five prong plastic black box type. either way they would be in the same place on your car. Here is a copy of what I answered for a 1997 intrepid flasher question. "The turn signal/hazzard flasher is a small unit ( little black box, 5 prongs ) Located between the fuse box and brake peddle on a braket under the drivers side air conditioning duct. At some point and time in 1995 dodge swiched over in the middle of production so some 95 intrepids and 96 and 97 should all be the same. The repacment flasher is Tridon Stant EP27. I had a lot of trouble finding it myself when I first bough my 1995 used None of the turn singles worked and we had to get a flasher which we finely found from PEP BOY's for $12.99 Tridon Stant part # EP27. Dodge wanted $31.70 for the same Chrysler flasher part # 47600060. "
A 1994 Intrepid is OBD1. The connector is a 6 way under the dash on the driver side.
It's in the fuse box
The starter on a 2000 Dodge Intrepid 3.2 L is located on the driver's side of the motor. It is way down low next the fly wheel area.
1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera turn signal flasher is behind the fuse panel. The 4-way flasher is to the right side of the glove box below the horn relay.
I have a 1996 Sunfire and the 4way flasher is located on the top of the steering column.
Probably the fuse.
check fuse panel inside truck
==New answer headline== I had this problem with my 1995 Intrepid, and it turns out it was the ground wire in the trunk. Try to replace that, or you may just look at it and see if it is burned up somewhere, and replace that section of wire. We did, and have had no probs since. Good luck! It's not the bulbs,eh? I got caught on this problem once and it turned out there was a SECOND flasher way up inside the dash and that did it for me. That was on a Safari Van.
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Defective Flasher Relay
Turn Signal flasher is located in the fuse box on the left side of the dash. There should be two round flasher units. The top one is the four way flasher and below is the turn signal flasher.
The signal/four way flasher relay is mounted beside the fuse panel. The four way flasher is incorporated in the signal/wiper switch. Dust can accumulate in the four way flasher switch and then stop working, use a contact cleaner spray and the switch start working again.
According to my Haynes repair manual, 1995 to 2001 models, the turn signal and four way flasher relays are located under the instrument panel to the right of the steering column.
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Counter clockwise to remove.
Sorry, only a scanner can retrieve trouble codes on OBDII vehicles.....
I just change the timeing chain in my 93 intrepid it has a 3.3 in it, i had to drop the oil pan. It toke me a few hours to figer out how to drop the oil pan all the way down you have to move the sway bar out of the way by the 4 bolts that are on the frame. You have to remove the alt and all the bolts on the timeing chain caver.
Front seating area, passenger side, under dash, mounted behind glove compartment cavity.
RV manufacturers usually locate the flasher under the dash near the steering column. The easiest way to find it is to turn on the turn signal and listen for the click. You will also feel it click when you touch it. If the flasher is not working or does not click, turn on the four-way flashers and try to find that flasher. The turn signal flasher is usually located near it. Hope this helps.
There is no need or any way to "time" a 2.7L with a timing light.
to gain access to the 4-way and signal flashers you need to remove the plastic lower dash panel, they are behind it.