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Where is the signal flasher located on a 1995 Buick Skylark?

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2004-11-02 15:57:38
2004-11-02 15:57:38

Left side of the steering wheel behind the dash board. You would need to remove the underside panel of the dash board as well as a metal plate. You would probably also have to remove the dimmer switch panel and the metal bracket just behind it if you want to see where your hand is going. Access to the flasher is through the underside. Look for a light blue plastic connector.

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