Hope this will help so you won't spend an hour looking for the flasher like I did! The flashers are located behind the instrument panel trim, roughly between the base of the steering wheel and the ashtray, just to the left of the car lighter. To access the flashers, you need to at least loosen the lower instrument panel trim. Just under the steering column there are two screws with star heads. One to the left of the column and one to the right. You need to remove both of these screws. You will need to remove your ashtray. On the upper left corner of the hole left by removing the ashtray is a 9/32 hex head screw. You need to remove it. Once these three screws are removed you should be able to pull down on this portion of trim under your instrument cluster. When you do this it may cause trim around your instrument cluster to loosen that you can just pop back into place with your hand. You won't need to pull down to far on this trim piece as there are still some screws holding the bottom. You should be able to pull it down far enough to see the flasher units behind and just to the left of the cigarette lighter. There are two flasher units and I found that the one on the right is for the turn signals. I don't know for sure but the other may be for the hazard flashers. It may be a hand scraping experience to replace the flasher but it beats paying someone to do it for you. It is true that you do have to remove the three torx head bolts in order to access the turn signal and emergency flashers. They are easy to recognize because the are silver and round metallic plug ins. The flasher unit on the left is for the emergency flashers and the one on the right is for turn signals. You can place the emergency flasher unit into the slot the turn signal unit belongs until you get a replacement. These flasher units are pretty cheap. This answer also works for 1997 GMC Sonoma, an identical build vehicle.
The signal flasher and the 4-way flasher are both behind the plastic lower dash panel which must be removed to gain access.
where can i find a diagram for a 1997 chevy s10 brake switch?
Need to know the year of your S10.
1997 s10 4.3 Chevy blazer. what inlet does the freon go in. the one on the aluminum tank where the hose from the compressor goes into it?
The question is for a 1997 sonoma however the answer refers to a 1994 sonoma, and after trying this on my 1997 sonoma with no luck I found the answer under "Where is the flasher unit on a 1997 Chevy S10?" which is exactly where I found the flasher units for my 1997 sonoma and it was indeed the right flasher unit which was for the signal.AnswerI have a 94 Sonoma and to locate the turn signal flasher, inside, under dash, on left side is a plastic sound protector, mine had 3 screws holding it up, drop this down and straight in you will see a 1" round thing - this is the flasher, pull it out and replace with new one (there are two flat prongs that plug in). It appears this is a well guarded secret!
The fusebox and flasher should be under the dash near the steering column.
Look for a?æbox located in the glove compartment marked "relays" of the 1997 Chevy S10. The horn relay is the first one on the left.
Need to know what year S-10 you have.
i am looking for a diagram of the firing order in a 1997 Chevy s10 blazer 4x4.
The 99 Chevy S10 does not have a fuel pump reset button. The pump is controlled by the relay unit.
under the dash behind the ashtray
how do you replace the fuel sending unit
An S10 is the same as a Chevy S10.
the starter relay.
In our 96 Blazer S10, it was behind the radio. We had to remove the radio to get to it.
it is behind the glove box.
It is on the firewall end of the intake manifold below the distributor
bolt pattern for these model smaller chevy's is 5x4.75
It can be either and is located on the left of the steering column sometimes mounted on a bracket.
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