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Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby sfureman » Aug 31 2011, 9:32pm

above the gas pedal, 10 or 13 pin plug, roughly 2"x2"1"
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby aggieguy » Feb 04 2012, 1:26am

i replaced mine in my 04 silverado 1500 its behind the fuse block in the cab. remove the knee guard deal below the steering wheel and youll c it. If you cant see it turn on your hazards and you can hear it. its pretty big like 2" or so long and its (or at least mine) was 10 prong and had letters above each prong. How this helps
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby 08roady » Nov 14 2012, 10:27pm

Can anybody tell me does my 2009 GMC Sierra have a Blinker/Hazard Flasher? If so, where is it located? I have looked everywhere and cannot find it.
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby DJVE » Dec 22 2012, 1:58am

^^^^ 08roady have you found it yet???
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby 08roady » Dec 22 2012, 1:15pm

No I haven't, but what I was doing is putting LED Turn/brake lights in, so i just ended up putting a inline resistor in, instead of changing the flasher. But I still would like to know if and where it is for future reference!
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby Taterr13 » Feb 27 2013, 9:46pm

What type of resistor did you use for the led lights
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby AbramJ » Apr 25 2013, 5:11pm

I am also interested in the resistor you used and how you attached it. Could you possibly take pictures? I just installed LED lights in my tailights on my Silverado and am unsure of where to put the resistors. It would be really nice to be able to find that relay (if it exists in the newer trucks) though. I'll search for one tonight.
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Re: Where the heck is the Turn signal/Hazard Flasher?

Postby AbramJ » Apr 25 2013, 7:27pm

I emailed my local dealership about this, and if reprogramming the computer is possible. Here is their reply:

Mr. Joslin. We can reprogram the BCM with an updated program for $247.00.( :shock: ) This procedure will take approximately ½ day. Let me know when I can schedule you in. ThANKS


So it sounds like it is possible to reprogram the computer, it'll just cost you...
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