93 Buick Park Ave Turn Signal relay

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Old 08-29-09, 08:05 AM
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93 Buick Park Ave Turn Signal relay

It appears the turn signal relay has failed. FLashers work fine so I know all the bulbs are good. Both left and right turn signal lights come on, just dont flash. I can't find the location of the relay. I have the replacement ( FL32 ), but cant find the bad one under the dash. I found the hazzard relay, but the turn relay is not to be found.
 

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Old 08-29-09, 08:46 AM
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Check under the hood for a second fuse/relay box; usually pretty easy to spot.
 
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Old 08-29-09, 08:49 AM
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Check inside the fuse block.
 
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Thanks for the reply. I have found 3 seperate fuse distribution centers. ( under dash drivers side, under dash pass side, and under the hood ). Searched them all and no turn relay. You mention "Inside" the fuse block. Did you mean the one underthe hood? Hazzard realy mounted next to steering colum and would have hoped they were together.
 
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Try this site's thread:
93 Park Aveune 'intermittently' turn signal - Automotive Message Forums

"My turn signals flash very slow or stop for a second or two. Is there a flasher that needs to be replace? If so, where? Thanks

I found it under the dash, left side of the steering column. I turned on the ignition without starting the car, turned on the turn signal switch and put my ear to the dash. I found the spot where it was clicking and reach up through all the wires until I felt the relay clicking. Pull it out and bought a new one. Done!"
 
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Old 08-31-09, 10:22 AM
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Thanks for the addition, Bob; should have remembered they're not always in a panel/box.
 
 

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