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Old 09-08-2011, 12:45 AM   #1
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Default Turn Signal flasher location on 03 GT?

Hello, sorry for the dumb question but where is the turn signal flasher located on a 03 GT? I looked under the dash but couldnt seem to find it? My blinkers stopped working, so Im assuming thats the problem. Thanks
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Have you checked the fuses? Fuses #13 and 18 in the central junction box are dedicated feeds to the flasher module.

The flasher module is located near the OBD2 data connector in the center dash:

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It uner the dash to the right of the steering wheel. I want to say it's closer to the center console than the steering wheel. Lay on your back and look up under the dash there and you can't miss it. Mine was yellow but I've seen some that are black.
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Found it, it was yellow but my repo was black. Only thing, I tried to remove the box that the flasher is in but cant get it out. I just plugged the flasher into the plug, so there working now but i didnt mount it properly. How do you remove that box that the flasher sits in? I tried to remove it but it seemed to be stuck.
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