What are the signs of a bad flasher?
The most common symptom of a bad or failing turn signal / hazard flasher is hazards or turn signal lights that do not function. If the flasher breaks or has any internal issues it can cause the lights to malfunction, or not respond at all when the turn signal lever or hazard light button are pressed.
Where is the turn-signal flasher located on a 2002 Chevy Cavalier?
Where is it located? The hazard and turn signal flasher module for your 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier is located under the dash on the brake pedal bracket.
Where does a flasher relay go?
Access the junction box where your flasher relay is located. The location of the junction box that holds the flasher relay will depend on the make and model of your vehicle. In some models, it is located in the engine compartment near the battery. On other models it is located near or in the steering wheel column.
What does it mean when your blinker doesn’t blink?
The good news is that all of these symptoms point to two possible issues, a bad turn signal relay or a dead bulb. If the signal blinks really fast, you have a bulb out on that side. If it doesn’t come on at all or doesn’t blink, you’ll need to replace your turn signal relay.
Why do my turn signals stay solid?
It sounds like you could have a faulty turn signal relay. A relay is a piece of electronics which flashes the light on demand. They are generally cheap and easy to replace, so I would start there. If that doesn’t solve it you could have a connectivity problem in the wiring which would need to be traced.
How do I test my signal flasher?
To test the conventional type of flasher unit, use a circuit tester between the terminal marked B on the unit and the earth. Turn on the ignition . If the supply side of the unit is working, the bulb should light. If it does not, look for a break in the wiring between the unit and the fuse box.