Where is the signal light flasher on a 97 GMC Sonoma?
Behind lower dash panel, aprox under the radio, over the transmission hump in floor. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access.
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. Answer I have a 94 Sonoma and to…
What would cause turn signal flasher to keep clicking even if no turn signal is not turned on. on a 99 gmc jimmy?
The turn wingnal switch flasher or relay is located on the inside of the cab on the firewall. You will find it on the driver's side almost at the kick panel located up out of view (you will have to get down on your hands and look up and under the dash.) There is a relay block here with several relays. You can find the signal relay by turning on the signal light and listening…
You pull your turn signal lever towards you, and you should hear a click. Make sure your truck is on. When you have done that you will see a blue light in the middle of your speedometer and RPM gauge. It is a picture of a light with beams coming off the light. That is how you know that you have turned them on.
Exactly how do you get to the mechanical turn signal flasher location on a 1997 GMC Jimmy Truck and what tools do you need and how do you get total access to it under the dash to replace it?
The light is made to flash with a plug-in flasher which is about an inch in diameter and and about an inch long. I should be located around the steering column about a foot from the floor. The actual turn signal device is located under the steering wheel. You must use a steering wheel puller to get to it.
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