There is no such car as a 1989 Monte Carlo
The turn signal/hazard flasher is integrated into the flasher switch. A very common failure on these cars.
Above the radio there is a button with red triangles on it. That is where the turn signal flasher is. You have to take the dash off to get to it.
The 2001 Monte Carlo emergency flasher relay switch and the turn signal flasher relay switch are the same. The flasher relay switch simply plugs in and out.
Part of the hazard warning module
you probably need a new turn signal flasher .
Probably turn signal flasher
The turn signal flasher on a 2001 Monte Carlo is behind the hazard button on the instrument panel. You have to take out the instrument panel bezel to access it. I found this out through a Haynes repair manual for that car. I have to replace mine and did some research. The turn signals and hazard lights are both tied into the same flasher. Hope this helps.
Check for a blown fuse. If the fuse if OK, replace the Flasher Relay.
The flasher that works the front turn signals also work the rear.
The Monte uses a single flasher unit that integrates turn signal and flasher functions. It is mounted in a junction block that is attached to the firewall just to the left of the steering column under the instrument panel. To get at it you have to remove the the sound insulation panel that is attached to the lower steering cover and then the lower steering cover as well.
Check bulb (double filamented smaller for turn signal larger for parking/tailight) Check socket for corrosion Replace turn signal flasher or check ur hazard light button i had the same problem
In all likelihood, in a relay box, under the hood. Failing that, it ought to be in the fuse panel, inside the car.
I hunted and hunted a couple years ago for the signal flasher for my 1996 Monte Carlo. At the factory for some reason, it is hidden at the left side of the steering column where it enters the cars firewall. I can't take credit for find it. I was talking to a counter salesman at Auto Zone about not being able to find the signal flasher. He walked out to my Monte and went directly to the above location and pulled it out from the hidding place. The signal flasher was good. My problem with the turn signals not flashing was the button that is pushed down to activate the emergency flashers. I removed the button which was loose in the factory hole and used a pair of needle nose pliars to pull up on the switch where the button was. Signals working again. I think the installers of a recent new turn signal switch at GM Chevrolet dealership messed it up I installed the turn signal flasher in the approiate location, the location where it should of been when my Monte Carlo left the factory. The mounting squeese pin on on back of the turn signal flasher and it fits the hole for mounting just fine.
look in your owners manual if you have it.
If none of them work it is a bad Flasher Relay. Replace it.
There is no flasher. It is part of the Hazzard switch assembly. Luckily mine went out under warranty. You need to remove most of the dash to get to the part. I think the switch alone was about $70. The Impala's had a recall on this part, but not the Monte Carlos, go figure.
under the top steering wheel cover is whats called the tun signal malfunction switch. that's what your looking for. its usually at the base of the turn signal operation arm(thing used to turn the signals on) or under the steering wheel on the steering column.
May be part of the hazard warning module - part of the switch
How do I replace the flasher and fues for the turn singals and hazzard warning lights.
i have a 96 Monte Carlo and i had the same problem. try pulling the turn signal switch to you slightly while in the signal position. works for me every time.
Where is the turn signal flasher on a 2002 impala
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