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Old 10-08-2005, 10:31 AM   #1
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Over here in layeffete Indania. On a mini-vaction. MY freind Impala the Blinkers don't work both sides. When ever Pull the lever it makes very loud buzzing sounds what could by wrong with. I am thinking it not light builbs,because both side do the same. They stay lit up most of time other times nothing lit up.
As side line had lot fun driving my bonneville down here. I drove 218 miles only used quarter tank that is great fuel milage for my car. Car drove nice quite. Althought after riding in my other freind bonneville,it also 92 but with the i factor I think next year I will diffenelty have to replace my struts on my car , but my car for the most part is actually better condition diffenelty quiter(Do line sc whine,mine is faster it seems to have some serious compression issues) and body is better condition.
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Sounds like a bad flasher relay. Luckily they're only like $2 from autozone.
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do you know what they look like and/or where they are at
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Try near the fuses, and the owner'* manual should tell you.
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Ok I am stupid I was think I different type of relay
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Ok I guess I am not that stupid their is nothing in manual about relays. found the fuse in fuse box that ran the blinker it fine. So I looked under the hood. Found box with bunch of relays but couple of the 60 amp ones are unlabeled. For what is it is wroth it works when the hood up(well the harzrads any way).
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the hazards and the signals are on different relays. see if the turn signals work with the hood up.
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It is NOT a 60-amp.

Turn on the hazards and listen for the relay/flasher unit. The turn signal flasher should be near it or right next to it.
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