S10 Blazer - Where is flasher?

Where is the turn signal flasher located on a 1995 Chevy S10 Blazer?

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"Mike ODonnell" wrote:

I had a 99 chevy Blazer at one time. Hence, my nickname BadBow99S10. Is it the controls you are talking about? The "stick" on the left side of the steering wheel is the controls for the turn signal. Push it up=right or down=left. The exterior lights are as follows. Front turn lights are located outside of the headlights. Rear turn lights are the same as the brake lights(3-way bulb). Rear lights are held in place with 2-3 screws. Or are you talking about the hazard lights(also known as blinkers and flashers)? The switch button for that is located on the top of the steering colomn in front of the gauges right in front you where you can see it easier. Im glad they moved it from under the column. Its also easier to activate it now. You just push it to turn it on and off. The S10 was redesigned since then, so I may be a little wrong. Hope it helps.

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You really gotta quit the drugs, man! He wants to know where the "flasher" is located. The little thing that is plugged into the fuse box on most cars. Obviously not on a blazer, though. From past posts, I would guess at behind the ashtray. BTW, the rear turn lights are not a three way bulb. It has 2 filaments. One is the taillight, and the other is a turn/stop light.

http://www.autoforumz.com/Chevrolet-S10-Blazer-flasher-ftopict104444.html

http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?pH4958

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"George" wrote:

My Bad. At least I said that I wasnt sure. I didnt know you were talking about the part that actually makes the lights flash. I will stop doing them today. BTW, I actually meant that it has more than one filament. Just poor wording.

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Sorry I flamed you. Damn, it seems like everyone (me, too) feels bulletproof with newsgroup posts. I hope the OP figures out his problem.

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"Mike ODonnell" wrote:

I had a 99 chevy Blazer at one time. Hence, my nickname BadBow99S10. Is it the controls you are talking about? The "stick" on the left side of the steering wheel is the controls for the turn signal. Push it up=right or down=left. The exterior lights are as follows. Front turn lights are located outside of the headlights. Rear turn lights are the same as the brake lights(3-way bulb). Rear lights are held in place with 2-3 screws. Or are you talking about the hazard lights(also known as blinkers and flashers)? The switch button for that is located on the top of the steering colomn in front of the gauges right in front you where you can see it easier. Im glad they moved it from under the column. Its also easier to activate it now. You just push it to turn it on and off. The S10 was redesigned since then, so I may be a little wrong. Hope it helps.

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"Mike ODonnell" wrote:

I had a 99 chevy Blazer at one time. Hence, my nickname BadBow99S10. Is it the controls you are talking about? The "stick" on the left side of the steering wheel is the controls for the turn signal. Push it up=right or down=left. The exterior lights are as follows. Front turn lights are located outside of the headlights. Rear turn lights are the same as the brake lights(3-way bulb). Rear lights are held in place with 2-3 screws. Or are you talking about the hazard lights(also known as blinkers and flashers)? The switch button for that is located on the top of the steering colomn in front of the gauges right in front you where you can see it easier. Im glad they moved it from under the column. Its also easier to activate it now. You just push it to turn it on and off. The S10 was redesigned since then, so I may be a little wrong. Hope it helps.

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Did you ever find your flasher relay? I have a '95 Blazer with the same problem. I like the Chilton's, "The flasher is in the convenience center" description.

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Rich Langenstein wrote:

In my '91 S-10 pick-up, it's located on the top corner of the fuse panel. I'm not sure about that model Blazer, but I hope this helps.

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