because there is a short circut occurring in the turn signal switch. This is not a minor problem, as it could lead to the car burning up, or the wiring harness being ruined. Take the care to an automotive electrical specialist immediately, and cough up what they will charge to fix it. No matter how much it is, it will be far less than what ignoring the problem will cost you.
Under the dashboard, near the steering column. It is plugged into a plastic module. Look way up. Grab a flashlight. ;-)
The steering column in a Buick Century covers the steering shaft and houses the turn signal switch. Some Century cars have a tilt column as well.
inside the steering column - turn signal lever and hazard flasher button stick out of steering column cover
The turn signal flasher is next to the fuse panel at the lower left of the steering column. The hazard flasher is located to the right of the steering column.
in the steering column
On the steering column.
Turn signal flasher is under the dashboard beside the steering column. Flasher unit for the emergency flashers is on the other side of the steering column.
bad spring in steering colum
Inside your steering column - the turn signal lever and hazard light button stick out of the steering column
The turn signal switch is directly under the steering wheel. the flasher...(the device that makes the lights blink and is activated by the turn signal switch) is usually under the steering column between the column and pannel
It could be on either side, but the turn signal lever is almost always on the same side of the steering column as the steering column is on the side of the car. Earlier cars have it as a twist grip on the end of the turn signal lever. Newer ones often have the control as a separate lever on the opposite side of the steering column.
On top of the steering column, below the steering wheel.
bad signal switch on steering column..
its not where the book says,right besides (left) of the steering column..no, its all the way on the left under the steering column.
It is the lever attached to the steering column directly behind the steering wheel.
The turn signal wiring goes up the steering column. Turn signal bulbs are also used as brake lights and the brake light signal goes through the turn signal switch. If there is a loose connection or worn wire in the steering column, the tilt would cause problems.
Inside your steering column , the turn signal lever and hazard flasher button are parts of the multifunction switch that stick out from the steering column
The turn signal switch is on the left side of the steering column.
i believe you can disassemble the lower part of the steering column to access the area.
Under the steering column.
On a 2001 Ford F150, the turn signal flasher is located in a relay box on the passenger's side of the steering column. To access it, you must remove the panel under the steering column.
In most cases you will need to replace the turn signal switch on the steering wheel for your 1983 Chevy Caprice Classic rather than fixing it. To replace it, remove the horn pad and then use a steering wheel puller and compressor to remove the steering column. You will then remove the signal along with the wiring harness and bus fuses. Replace the signal and wiring and then replace the steering column itself.
Inside the steering column cover ( the turn signal lever and hazard flasher button stick out of the steering column cover )
Your turn signal switch is located on the steering column underneath the plastic shroud. You will need to take off the steering wheel and partially disassemble the column to access this. This is a Mopar part number 56007255.