Is located under the coil packs
Behide the passengers side air bag
If the hazard control is in the dash--may be part of that module - it is in the newer GM vehicles If not it should be in or close to the fuse block
under the coils
The 2000 Kia Sportage signal flasher module can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher module will be on the left-hand side of the brake pedal.
The ecm (engine control module) does just that, controls the engine.
In order to locate and replace the cylindrical shape flasher module, the four screws holding the fusebox in must be removed. The glove compartment door hinge is sort of in the way so it is best to remove glove compartment screws, though glove compartment door will still stay on. the cylindrical shape flasher module is located behind fusebox and it has to be searched for by feeling for it. In my case I found it by reaching behind fusebox to the left. I was told to first turn on my four way directional signal so that after I disconnected the cylindrical shape flasher module I knew for sure that I was not disconnecting the four way cylindrical shape module. Now the cylindrical shape flasher module that I removed was yellow in color and the one I bought to replace the cylindrical shape flasher module was silver in color. Getting the fuse box out took a little tilting and angeling to get out
Maybe integrated with hazard module
Replace ignition module (under the distributor cap)
It is located underneath the hazard switch, as it is incorporated with the hazard switch.
The flasher module for a 1998 Passat is located behind the emegency flasher button. The button(cover) pops off and the module can be pulled out with two pairs of needle nose pliers(one on each side) and unplugged from the electrical connector.
The "flasher" is integrated in the Lighting Control Module (LCM) located under the driver side dash.