See related question and solution I have a 96 Grand Marquis and this did not solve my problem. I removed the colored plastic housing around the steering wheel and replaced the turn signal switch (called multi switch or something like that). It controls high beam, turn signal, and wiper switches. It cost only about $25 and did the trick for me. The hazzard switch is also built into this switch system. NAPA auto parts carries this item or the Ford dealer. == Slow down and try it the easy way first and save time and money: Before going to all above cost and trouble, give the WD-40 "solution" a try. My 95 Grand Marquis had no brake lights (except third high-mounted, for some reason), no turn signals, no emergency flasher; but bulbs, fuses, etc. were all OK. I thought it was a bad switch or flasher, but simply squirting some WD-40 around the emergency flasher button on top of the steering column between the steering wheel and the dashboard/instrument panel and pushing the button in and out several times cleared everything up! There are several theories on why it works, but who cares since it is such an accessible, simple and foolproof method. If you don't know what WD-40 is, just Google it! == == ---- The fuse block you are looking for should be behind the knee bolster (the trim panel under the steering column), between the steering column and the emergency brake lever, underneath the dash.
Lay on your back with your legs hanging out of the driver's side door, put your head against the brake pedal, and look up and to the right. ;)
I don't remember right off the top of my head if there are separate flashers for the turn signals and the hazard lights, but they should look almost identical. Round, silver or blue or black, and about the size of a half-dollar.
TIP: If you are replacing the flasher, go with the upgraded electrical flasher (or the heavy duty) rather than the standard one.
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It has 2 flasher relays. One for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. The turn signal flasher is located on the drivers side, under the dash, driver side of steering column, mounted in the fuse panel.
I have a 1996 Grand Marquis. If one of the brake lights goes out the signal on that side flashes faster. I would check the brake/tail lamps.
You have to start by checking the bulbs or the flasher I think it may be the flasher.>>>>>>>>>>>>>
only the headlights are suppose to flash on a headlight flasher
Turn on headlights/parking lights and adjust dimmer control
where you turn on the headlights ... push the button
Change the turn signal flasher relay.
dash lights and tail lights cut out
There is a lights control box under your steering wheel.
It is a module under the dash.
Could be a blown fuse bad bulbs or bad switch check you wiring in the lights to make sure not getting a short
No, the flasher relay has nothing to do with starting the vehicle. It only controls the flash of the directional lights.
Turn signal flasher?
Mercury Grand Marquis for one and I am sure there are others that I am not familiar with
Under the dash and just above the steering column - small cannister shaped flasher units are incorporated into the electrical circuits for the directional flashers and hazard lights.
change the brake lights check the fuse check the brake light swtch
no lights only hige beams if i hold handle up
If your headlights work, but your tail lights don't, your bulbs could be blown. It is possible that you have a shortage in your car.
it is called lights control module box.It is under the sterling wheel.
There is a short in the system somehwere. If they blink normally without the trailor, check the trailor lights, sockets or wiring. If they blick fast all of the time, one of your bulbs is burnt out - change it and they will blink at normal speed. Everything is fine without the trailer, the trailer is new(does not mean much) but just found that my hazard system works fine with the trailer, which leads me to directional flasher could be bad. Will check and post... There are two flasher cans, I had changed out the emergency flasher thinking it was the directional, changed out defective directional flasher and all is well. Thanks againl
check your brake lights if they not worhing replace fuse or brake light switch
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If your tail lights and dash lights do not come on and the fuses are not blown it more than likely is the headlight switch.Dashlights and taillights on differant fuse.Just put one in my car Sat.