Under the dash to the left of the steering column.
on the brake pedal braket, lay on your seat upside down. feet on head rest. head on brake pedal. there is a small plastic cover about 6 inches from your face, remove it. look up about a foot. you'll see a small green box. that is your turn flasher relay. hope you are very flexable.
The 1995 Pontiac Bonneville turn signal flasher relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The turn signal flasher relay switch will be above the accelerator pedal.
the turn signal relay is stuck and needs to be replaced
To the left of the steering column under the dash.
Check the turn signal relay. The four way flasher and the turn signals each have their own relay. It has a fuse for the turn signal
Most likely a bad turn signal flasher or blown fuse
The flasher is Under the left side of the instrument panel. Near the interior fuse box. There may be a plastic cover over it.
The signal flasher on a 1995 240SX is under the dash on the driver's side. Look for a small three-prong plug in.
By the fuse box over under the driver side up by the steeribf colum
The fuse to operate the turn signals on a 1995 Nissan Maxima SE is called a flasher. The flasher unit is located under the dash on the driver's side of the vehicle.
2 separate circuits, separate fuses and separate flasher relays. Check the fuse, if okay then replace the signal flasher relay.
In the fuse box the round silver flasher.
First replace the TURN SIGNAL FLASHER. Even if one side works the other side may not if the flasher is weak. Your car has a turn signal flasher and a hazard flasher and usually they are interchangeable but run separate circuits. Turn on the side that works and follow the clicking noise to track it down. If that does not do it, most of these problems are then generally located within the turn sinal switch in the column and the steering wheel will need to be pulled and the switch changed out.
I believe that one mounts piggy-back on the lower part of the column under the dash.
Good day: I have pulled the front shroud off of my 95 acura legend again. Now I have no turn signals (front or rear). I cannot seem to locate the flasher with on line pictures. CAN YOU HELP ME WITH IDEAS OF BETTER PICTURE OF FLASHER LOCATION?
its the flasher plain and simple happened to me
In my '95 - inside the dush board to the back right side of the ash tray. Was a yellow round thing.
Located on the drivers side, under the dash, mounted behind the instrument cluster. Buy a new one and you will know what you are looking for.
I'm not sure on a '95, but a97 is right behind the cigar lighter plug. Dead center remove the panel at the bottom and there were two .
It is quite simple to install a new turn signal switch in your 1995 Chevrolet 3500. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and out.
1) Replace flasher unit OR 2) Clean turn signal contacts with WD40 Had same problem. No turn signals but hazards work. Online research suggested most probably flasher needs replaced or bad contacts in turn signal switch. Mine started working out of the blue - I think contacts were a little gunky. Someone with similar problems suggested blasting the inside of the turn signal switch with WD40 to clean any gunk and corrosion from the contacts.
Flash in the can ...I'm not sure, but I think that those are separate flashers. I think I remember seeing here, that the turn signal flasher is the one on the right, but don't quote me. You might want to look around this site for a similar question that someone else has answered. If you find that there are two flashers, and that they are different models and have different part numbers, you can copy down both numbers and ask your local parts store guy which one is which. If they are both identical, buy one and swap it with one or the other of the flashers in the car. If the problem is not solved, try swapping it with the other one. If it still doesn't work, your problem probably lies elswhere.FriPilotI just changed the one in my daughters car it has 2 different flashers the one in the convience center is for the 4 way flashers the turn signal one is under the dash by the steering column (you will have to look for it isn't easy to find) 95 only!!! 96 & newer they were incorporated into 1 flasher
The brake lights are wired through the turn signal switch so that when you have the brakes applied and activate your turn signal the brake light goes out and starts flashing. Your turn signal switch is defective and needs to be replaced. Its probably not defective... 95 and up Monte Carlos are notorious for the the flasher switch ground getting gummed up with dust and moisture. Spray WD40 or better yet NAPA's "Brake and Electric Motor cleaner" down the space around the flasher switch on top of the steering column. Work the switch up and down several times as you're doing it. All lights should be good as new.
Check the bulbsCheck the sockets for corrosion or a bad ground
The trun signal lever needs to be replaced.
HI, Have you checked the bulb and the fuse? Eithr one of those is the first place to check, and is the front/back working when the other is not? You need to check those first then check the flasher but turn on your emergency flasher and see if all your bulbs work. Happy Thanksgiving. Steve H.