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First check the fuse. If this is ok the problem is most likely the “Flasher Unit”. The Flasher Unit is located behind the dash.
In the Montero Sport , there is no relay. The flasher is located on the left dash by the junction block.
Most often it is a bad or burnt socket. may also be the flasher that is part of the hazzard button on the dash.
Turn signal flasher is located above the steering column, some models flasher is clipped on to the underside of dash to the left side of column
how to replace the turning flasher on a 92 camry
your flasher is bad i had the same problem and replaced the flasher .it is located behind your e brake lever in dash there are 2 one emergency and one for turning the top one is turning
In the fuse box the round silver flasher.
The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.
It is possible if the flasher relay is going out or has gone bad.
It is combined with the hazard flasher module
locate it by turning on your emergency flashers and listening for the click. once you find the unit that is clicking, you have found the flasher unit
The turn signal hazard relay is located in the left hand kick panel,in the fuse relay block. There are about 6 relays in block. should be in the bottom row, left side.
It COULD be a blown fuse. Check the fuse panel. It COULD by a blown flasher unit. If the fuse is OK, change the flasher.
I have a 97 and the repair book says it's on the right side of the steering column under the dash. Try turning on the flashers and the noise under the dash should lead you to it.
there's 2 warning and turn signals warning under the dash driver side on the passenger side of the steering column. you will have to remove two screw on a cover to get at it turning signal flasher is above the emerg brake petal on the side. both parts are the same.
It's located behing the glove box I found mine by turning on the flashers and following the clicking sound. You will need to pull out the glove box to get to it.
The flasher circuit on the A2 style Jetta (84-92) is routed through the hazard switch, the turn indicator on the steering column and the flasher relay which is located on the fuse panel. The fuse panel is located under the dash behind a plastic removable cover under the steering wheel near the drivers left knee when seated. The flasher relay should be labeled but you should be able to find it quickly by touching each relay and feeling for the movement of the working relay if you can get any type of flash by turning on the hazard switch or the turn signal lever.
First check the fuse, then the bulbs, then the flasher relay, then the signal switch.
It should be located on your fuse panel.AnswerOk, they may seem stupid, but that's what they did to the blazer. They set the flasher near the middle and under the center console behind the radio and stuff.i just had to replace mine and it sucked finding it AnswerI just did mine 7/05. It was right next to the Cig lighter behind the panel. They do mark the turn signal from the hazard flasher on the plastic behind them. Turn is on the right. AnswerAfter trying different methods of locating my signal flasher such as turning the hazzards on and listening for the sound,which is worthless because it sounds like its coming from everywhere.I came to this forum and realized they were right. It's to the left of the radio right behind the dash. The hazzard flasher and the turn signal flasher are side by side. That's the dumbest place Ive even seen to put a flasher but that's where its at.
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 and "feeling" for the relay cycling.
Check your control arms. Bushings could be bad.
I have a 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. The flasher on this vehicle is on the left under the steering column. It is near the small fuse box and slips over a metal clip that is mounted on the left side. I found it by turning the flashers on then listening for it. I could also feel the vibration on the flasher as it clicked. I removed the panel under the steering column to expose the area, that is held in place with a couple of screws.
under the dash way up under the drivers side