'95 Chevy 1500 (Silverado) 4X4 ext cab turn indicator issue


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Old 08-24-14, 02:33 PM
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'95 Chevy 1500 (Silverado) 4X4 ext cab turn indicator issue

Turn indicators don't work. Both dash turn indicators illuminate when I step on the brakes. All fuses appear intact in both fuse/relay panels. Emergency flashers don't work either. Truck is new to me and have no owner's manual.
 
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Turn Signals

You need a new flasher unit.
 
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Old 08-25-14, 04:43 PM
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Thanks. Where is this flasher unit located?
 
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Flasher

Look under the dash to the left of the steering column.
 
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Old 08-27-14, 07:26 AM
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Thanks Wirepuller, I really appreciate the help. Next question: the warning chime is not working. As mentioned earlier, all fuses appear intact. Next to the flasher unit (which was out of socket btw) is the word "chime" and a (possibly) empty socket shaped like an elongated capital"D". Is it possible I'm missing a 'chime unit'?
 
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Very likely. Bottom diagram of the first reply here....1995 Chevy Truck Fuse Box: Electrical Problem 1995 Chevy Truck V8 ...
 
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Thanks again for the help. Next question: what's the procedure and/or tool for removing the circular door switches from the sides of the dash pad? Both of mine are bad so I cut two 'new' ones out a truck at the local junkyard and still couldn't see how it should be done.
 
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Can't help you there, not familiar with that interior. Do you mean in the door or the actual dash?
 
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I'm going to start a new post; Thanks again for the help.
 
 

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