A Google, Yahoo, and Bing search did not provide a clear location of
the turn signal flasher in my 94 Chevy Lumina 4 door sedan.
The owner's manual shows the location of "hazard" (4 way) flasher on
a "Component Center" panel, but nothing regarding the turn signal flasher.
I found out that some Chevy's use two flashers, one is "hazard" and another
is turn signal.
The right turn signal does NOT flash, but both front and rear lights
stay on "steady". Note: Left turn signal flashes.
However, the "hazard" (4 way) flashes both sides of front and
back lights. This is a way to tell if a burned out bulb is the cause, but
not in this case.
I suspect a "weak" flasher. The total current from the driver side
bulbs (front & rear) may be higher than the passenger side. A heating element
inside the flasher doesn't get hot enough to open the contacts for a right
turn signal "flash", is my theory.
Is there such a thing as a "weak" flasher that affects one side?
Also, does anyone know where it is located since I could not
Thank You in advance, John