It's on the steering column in the '95.
There is not a flasher on a 1996 Lincoln Town Car. The turn signal and hazard flashers are operated by what is referred to as the lighting control module. It is located in the dash behind the knee bolster above the accelerator pedal.
It's incorporated in the turn signal stalk.
1996-2001 Audi A4 1998-2005 Audi A6 1997-2003 Audi A8 The flasher is located on the dash above the radio, it is te same unit as the hazard switch.
On the left side of the steering column there is a light black tab that you pull down.
Check either in or next to fuse box near steering column
According to my Haynes repair manual , the turn signal and hazard flasher relays are located under the instrument panel to the right of the steering column. (Helpfull)
The hazard flasher unit for a 1991 - 1996 Saturn is located in the cabin, behind the front passenger kick panel. (Right side of center console.) The original unit is grey. It has a tab and release mechanism on the right side of the flasher.
There is no flasher relay unless you have the very, very rare trailer tow package. It is controlled by a computer, not a relay.
The signal flasher is located behind the fuse panel in the glovebox. I find it easier to remove the ashtray to access it. The hazard flasher is behind the glovebox on the right hand side and it's a pain to get to.
The Flasher indicator relay is build build into the end of the Hazard warning button.
I believe it is in your glove compartment there is an access to your flasher.
Front seating area, center, behind dash, mounted below passenger side of stereo.
There is no stand alone flasher relay in the 94' and up Lincoln Continental. The turn signals and emergency flasher function is controlled by the "Multifunction Light Control Module" part # 13c788. It is located under the dash to the left of the steering column. Cost to replace is around $600+ at the dealer or about $50 at a junk yard.
Try in or near fuse block lower left side of steering column
Check the bulbs Check the flasher
I have a 1996 Sunfire and the 4way flasher is located on the top of the steering column.
The indicator flasher unit in your 1996 automobile is located beneath the dashboard. The unit simply plugs in and out.
Flasher is faulty.
After replacing the burned out turn signal bulb, turn on the hazard flasher and then turn off the hazard flasher. This will reset the flashing on the turn signal from super fast to standard flashing.
On a 1996 Dodge Intrepid, the flasher button is located near the center back of the steering wheel, you should see the button on the top of the steering column. The flasher itself is mounted to the multi purpose fuse panel.
The button to turn on the hazards in Chevy lumina is on top of the steering wheel column.
The flasher relay on a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 318 by unplugging the old flasher and plugging in the new one. The flasher relay is located under the dash on the driver's side.
The flasher is located on the back side of the fuse box uder the dash on the dirivers side. The flasher is in the steering colum.
Some might think there is no turn signal flasher fuse and if your turn signals are not working you should replace the turn signal switch located on the stearing colum. This is incorrect. There is a flasher for this car EP-34 12.8v ELECTRONIC FLASHER Up Date: I checked with the Lincoln dealer and verified that the Lincoln continental flasher is integrated into the "Multifunction light control module" part # 13c788. Cost at the dealer is over $600, junk yard around $50. There is no stand alone flasher relay as in the older or more senseably engineered and cheaper cars.