the flasher unit is directly behind the kick panel in the center (same panel that your cigarette lighter is in. it takes an Allen wrench and i believe a 8 mm socket to get to. you can interchange your emergency flasher and your turn signal unit to see if that is your problem. hope this answers your question.
The cause for a turn signal flasher to keep clicking on a 1999 GMC Jimmy is a bad flasher unit. Replacing this with a new flasher unit should solve this problem.
it is located under the dash behind the knee bolster to the left of the cigarette lighter.
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There are several relay switch is on your 1996 GMC Jimmy. The brake light relay switch can be found below the dashboard in the engine compartment.
under you radio and behind the ash tray....u have two flashers ..one for the blinkers and the other for the signal lite
Most likely the turn signal flasher.
It's in the Fuel tank
Tom here, my 1996 jimmy 4 4wheel drive has no 2nd, reverse or overdrive?
the flasher is located under the back center of the dash you need to remove the lower center section and the two cover to get at it but it is there.
there are two flasher boxes under the steering columb to the right change the flasher it should be a two prong silver canister any auto parts store it's called a flasher
Look at the lower rear end of engine
There is none.
5 on 4 3/4".
On the 1996 GMC Jimmy, it is in the Glove compartment. There are 3 relays in there. May not be the sme on the 1994 but, this may be a good plave to look.
get a new engine
What size Motor?
the turn signal flasher is under the dash panel below the radio,must remove lower hush panel and center panel.gmjim
The spark plugs for a 1996 GMC Jimmy should have a gap of .060 inches or .040 inches, depending on the actual spark plug. Some plugs are factory set and you do not need to set the gap.
Trouble code P0113 means:Intake air temperature circuit,high input
It is located on the distributor under the cap and rotor.
Usually at the bottom or side of the oil pan
15 miles city and 20 miles highway.
.096 is the spark plug gap