Originally Posted by Burntrubber87
My signal lights just stay light, without blinking so I think thats the problem. Its a cheap part, whats not cheap is labor, so i might as well do it myself.
First of all, if one side _will_ blink even if the other side won't, the problem is not with your flasher unit, but probably with a bad exterior bulb.
Next, if one turn-signal indicator is glowing at you even when you're not signalling a turn, you've got a bad ground on one of your front parking lights, and current from the parking-light circuit is doubling back through the turn-signal circuit. (A bad taillight could not cause this problem on your car because your amber rear bulbs on a '94 are not used for any other circuit.)
Finally, turn on your 4-way emergency flashers and check all your exterior bulbs. If they all seem to be working normally, then yes, maybe your turn-signal flasher is toast.
Drop the hush panel below the dash (above the pedals) and I think you should find the turn-signal flasher clipped on or near the steering column. Do not confuse it with the 4-way flasher, which looks similar; you might want to turn on the 4-ways again and verify that the thing you're about to unplug is not clicking.
I think your replacement flasher would be a #552; look it up in the store if in doubt.