I have a 95 grand am...just the other day my turn signals stopped working..The lights dont come on, nor can I?

nor can I hear the clicking..However, when I activate my hazard flasher, I hear the clicking, but I still dont see lights. Im assuming I need to replace the turn signal flasher, but im not sure where its location?

Update:

As someone has answered, they since the switch might be bad. How easy it that to replace compared to the flasher? Where is it located?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    by the fuses

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  • 1 decade ago

    Their are two flashers, one for the hazzards and one for the turn signal. Sometimes both are located in the fuse box. If only one is, that one is the hazzard. Turn the hazzards on and find the small can type device that clicking. That is the hazzard flasher. The TS flasher looks just the same and if its not in the fuse box it is above or along side the steering column under the dash. Most times its yellow. Good luck.

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  • 1 decade ago

    check the fuse and flasher first start simple flasher is under the dash just keep looking after that is say it could be the switch i had to put one in my 95 grand prix its located in the steering colum you have to pull the steering wheel youl need special tool a puller and a lock plate tool its kind of a pain in the *** job if you can borrow the tools and your mechanicaly inclined go for it if you have a air bag disconnect the battery and pull the air bag fuse AND WAIT AT LEAST 20MINS takes that long for system to discharge if you dont do that you may get a bag in the face and you dont want that just make shure you put every thing back exactly as it came out the switch will cost around 60 bucks puller 20 bucks lock plate compression tool 20 buck so if you cant borrow them you might want to take it to a shop

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  • 1 decade ago

    The Switch has gone bad. Sometimes working the hazard buton in and out a bunch of times will make them start working again. If not, It's time to replace the Switch.

    Common problem

    Source(s): ASE Certified Master Tech since 1975
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