On most older cars the flasher is found on or near the fuse panel under the dash. , EzForJesus
This is true,but on the 1967 thunderbird it can be located in the trunk,drivers side were the flasher relay is..hope this also helps American shurl
If your having a problem with the flashers, take out the sequencer, and take off the yellow cover on the sequencer (it should look like a big wire harness hanging in the drivers side of the trunk) and either replace it with a new digital one that runs around 140$ in macs big bird auto book. Your problem is probably that the clutch for the motor that makes the connection has popped off. if you fool with the little motor you should be able to put it back in. That should solve your problem... i have a 67 tbird also, and ive had to fix it a few times, but im thinking about getting a digital sequencer...the old stuff is a pain.
it is located on the steering column
The flasher for a 195 Thunderbird is under the drivers side of the dash. It is located at the fuse panel.
The fuse box on a 1967 Ford Thunderbird is mounted on the left side, inside the glove compartment area. The fuse box on a 1967 Ford Thunderbird is mounted on the left side, inside the glove compartment area.
under the dashboard black square thing
1967 Ford Thunderbird
where is the flasher located in a 1990 thunderbird supercoupe
you may need to replace the flasher relay it should be in the fuse panel
Thunderbird Ranch is the only place I have found them so far
Try eBay or a local junkyard or parts store when you say flasher you mean the actual box that makes the lights flash or the lamp itself?
It is located below and to the left of the flasher control knob. If you pull the lower dash cover on the drivers side you should be able to see it.
Ford Thunderbird was created in 1955.