There are two flasher relays on the460. One operates the hazard indicators and the seat belt warning light. This one is located in the switch assembly itself. The relay for the indicators is behind the clock on the facia panel (near the hazard light switch). My relay was fixed to the clock wiring with a tie strap. if it isn't it will be there somewhere. It is a small black cube about 1" square. If the car is fitted with a towbar the relay will have two wires coming from it,(brown and blue on my car), these are held in with small spring clips that need to be depressed to disconnect the wires. This relay is difficult to obtain and is used to connect the warning lights from the trailer to the car.They cost about
The flasher relay unit can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The flasher relay unit will be above the accelerator pedal.
There is no flasher unit on a 97. It is controled by an LCM or Lighting Control Module. Dealership part and is pretty pricey.
I believe that it is behind the ashtry below the fuses. I stumbled on the broken flasher cannister there.
locate it by turning on your emergency flashers and listening for the click. once you find the unit that is clicking, you have found the flasher unit
There is no such animal as a 97 ford fairmont.
The main hazard switch also contains the flasher relay.
Flasher relay is built into the flasher switch..
The flasher is integrated with the hazard flasher switch All of the online research that I have done suggests that the flasher is located somewhere under the ashtray in the middle of the console. I will let you know when I find mine.......Sean Laird
it the bulb or socket not flasher unit
Hello there, My flasher unit has broke down and I am looking for a new one. I have a 1997 V40 and the flasher unit was located front left at the bottom under the stearing wheel. When you look closely you will see a black relay with Flasher unit on it Kind regards Pierre try prancingmoose.com and look for one there. I did a search online and found one for like 25 bucks.
There is no flasher on the 97. It is all controlled by the LCM or lighting control module. I believe it is between $200 and $400 for a dealership replacement.
The flasher unit on a 2000 Corvette is built into the emergency flasher unit in the console.
I have a '98 Explorer, and the flasher is located behind and above the cover to the emissions diagnostic connector. This cover is to the left of the hood release. You can't get to the flasher via the cover. You have to look/reach underneath the bottom end of the dashboard. Maybe the '97 flasher is in the same area. In the 97 Ford Explorer the flasher unit is directly behind and above the OBD 2 dignostics connector it is yellow and mounted with two plastic fasteners to a bracket it will have one additional male connector than an aftermarket replacement flasher which is not used so an aftermaket unit will work fine just tie wrap it back to the original bracket.
An emergency flasher replacement can be purchased at any auto parts store. Some auto parts store you can visit are AutoZone and NAPA.
The 1999 Ford Escort emergency flasher unit can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The emergency flasher unit will be labeled as the turn signal flasher unit.
On my 2001 (same as 97) Cavalier under the steering column is a flap that is held in place by one torx screw. Drop that and you should be able to look way up and see the wires coming out of the flasher unit. The unit is attached to something metal by not much. Grab the whole assembly (flasher unit and its plug) and wiggle it free. Then you can separate the flasher unit and its plug. BTW the old unit was bright green or maybe that is some kind of cover that helps to reattach it but I didn't bother.
The 1982 Chevrolet Camaro flasher unit can be found behind the drivers side dashboard. The flasher unit will be near the back of the tachometer.
The flasher unit is intergrated within the instrument panel
The flasher unit is tucked behind the instrument panel and is a pain to get at.
It seems as if it is part of the flasher unit
The 1983 Ford flasher unit is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The flasher unit simply plugs in and out.
the flasher is integral within the hazard switch in the dash
You can find the flasher unit relay switch beneath the drivers side dashboard. The flasher unit relay switch will be above the brake pedal.
The flasher unit on a Mazda 323 is located on the end of the flasher lever. Remove the lower steering column to bring the unit to view.
On a 97 Toyota Camry, the flasher relay is typically located under the dash. When the dash is opened, the flasher relay will be right under the gas pedal.