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Where is the exact location of the turning signal flasher on a 1970 Impala when fuse box only contains emergency light flasher?


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2005-10-30 13:04:00
2005-10-30 13:04:00

Turn signal flasher is located above the steering column, some models flasher is clipped on to the underside of dash to the left side of column

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The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.

It is combined with the hazard flasher module

First check the fuse. If this is ok the problem is most likely the “Flasher Unit”. The Flasher Unit is located behind the dash.

You can disconnect your emergency brake light removing the emergency brake cable. The emergency brake cable can be removed by turning the swivel nuts to the left, on each end of the cable.

There two types of bulbs used for the turning signals. The bulbs on the rear of the car have a flasher built into them. When the bulb with the flasher in it burns out, the flasher blinks faster. You can check this on your car by turning on the turn signal and then check both front and rear lamps. The lamp that is not blinking is the problem and needs to be replaced. Lamps are typically sold in packs of two. So replace both rear lamps or both front lamps when you change either one. Save the bulb that was still working and put it in your glove box as an emergency spare.

It COULD be a blown fuse. Check the fuse panel. It COULD by a blown flasher unit. If the fuse is OK, change the flasher.

First check the fuse, then the bulbs, then the flasher relay, then the signal switch.

First check the fuse if none of the lights even come on. If the lights come on but do not flash then the flasher relay is defective and needs replacing. If the fuse, light bulbs, and flasher relay are good then the turn signal switch may be the problem.

Usually a rapid turn signal flasher indicates that one of the bulbs is burned out.

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