Integrated with the hazard flasher switch (which is in the dash)
because of a flasher switch, located in the fuse panel.
If your hazard lights don't work but your turn signals do work it could be that your Hazard Lamp Flasher needs to be replaced. Your car has both a "hazard lamp flasher" and a "turn signal lamp flasher". Your "turn signal lamp flasher" is working but your "Hazard Lamp Flasher" may not be working. Buy a new "hazard lamp flasher" and install it. The hazard lamp flasher is located behind the instrument panel to the left of the steering column.
The flasher for the turn signals is located near the fuse box under the dash in a 1995 Chevy 1500. The flasher for the hazard lights is right next to it.
There are two flasher relays on your vehicle, one for the turn signals, and one for the hazard lights. The turn signal flasher relay is located below the left hand side of the instrument panel. The hazard flasher relay is located under the steering column support.
The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.
replace turn signal flasher, hazard flasher is separate
The flasher relay for the turn signals on a 1997 Firebird is located under the dash on the passenger side of the steering column support. The hazard flasher relay is located under the dash on the driver's side of the steering column support.
Separate circuits, separate fuses, separate flasher relay. Check the hazard fuse, hazard flasher and hazard switch.
the fix is to replace turn signal flasher the hazard flasher is separate from the turn signal flasher
If both sides are out as well as the hazard lights then the flasher relay is suspect.
The flasher for the turn signals and hazard lights on a 1995 Eagle Summit wagon is located in the dash on the driver's side of the vehicle. It is just above the brake pedal.