I have a '98 model. The flasher unit on it is located under the steering column. You'll have to remove the hood release bracket then the plastic panel. There's another metal panel behind this. Remove that too. The flasher unit on mine is bright yellow with six wires. There are torx head screws securing the plastic panel as I recall.
Front seating area, behind steering column cover, on left hand side of steering column. I bought a replacement flasher at pepboys(part # EP27) It din't work in my ranger. So I bought another at the Ford dealer and this works. The flasher looks like a relay( http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?mfrcode=TRD&mfrpartnumber=EP27 ).the OEM flasher usually is blue.
There are 2 flasher relays. One for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. The Turn Signal flasher is located on the drivers side, passenger side of steering column, under dash mounted near cigarette lighter. Optionally it can be mounted under the dash on the drivers side of the steering column. The Hazard flasher relay is mounted in the exact same locations.
I have a 1990 Nissan Pickup 4 cyl. manual transmission. The Flasher is under the dash to the left of the steering wheel. It is near the top of the clutch petal. Turn the key on and start the signal. You should hear where it is at. Put your hand on it and you will feel the vibration and the sound will change. I still have not figured out how to get it off.
There is one flasher that works both the hazard lights and blinkers. It is a 5x5ish silver box mounted to the firewall behind the radio. It has a two- prong connector on the face. If your hazard lights work and the blinkers don't or vice-versa, your problem is not the flasher. The hazard light switch does all of the routing of electricity to the lights based on its position and that of the blinker lever. The switch is purely mechanical and often gets oxidation on the contacts. Remove the switch, open it (careful for the springs and floating contacts inside), clean the contacts with emery cloth, reassemble, and reinstall. With luck, this will take care of your problem. If the flasher itself is your problem, you may have to go to Toyota for it. The ones that AutoZone and other parts stores sell are three prong, so they won't work.
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