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Old 11-29-2005, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
Doug M
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93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
can not locate it.
Do you have to remove something to find it.
If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
Thanks in advance!
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Old 11-29-2005, 18:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

My manual only covers up to 1990, so it may not apply to your 93. It
says the turn signal flasher is ON the fuse block. If so, you can't
miss it. It's the big round thing. The hazard flasher is supposed to
be mounted to a brace above the glove box. Hope this helps.

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Doug M wrote:
> I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
> 1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
> the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
> can not locate it.
> Do you have to remove something to find it.
> If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
> Thanks in advance!

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Old 11-30-2005, 07:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

It's on the passenger side. I was just barely able to reach mine.
Stick your hand under the dash, a little to the left of the glove box,
and you should feel it.

I was able to locate it by turning on the signal and listening to the
tick-tock. Fortunately the old, crapped out flasher was VERY loud.
The new one is nearly silent.

FYI the hazard flasher is a separate unit.

John
93 GT

Doug M wrote:
> I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
> 1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
> the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
> can not locate it.
> Do you have to remove something to find it.
> If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
> Thanks in advance!


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Old 11-30-2005, 08:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

my 88 is on the back side of the fuse block.. there is also a second one up
under the dash straight up above your legs while sitting in the seat!


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> I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
> 1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
> the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
> can not locate it.
> Do you have to remove something to find it.
> If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
> Thanks in advance!



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Old 12-01-2005, 06:02   #5 (permalink)
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Re: 93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

To be more precise: it's directly below the left edge of the glove box
door. It's pretty far up there but it's reachable.

JohnV@nn wrote:
> It's on the passenger side. I was just barely able to reach mine.
> Stick your hand under the dash, a little to the left of the glove box,
> and you should feel it.
>
> I was able to locate it by turning on the signal and listening to the
> tick-tock. Fortunately the old, crapped out flasher was VERY loud.
> The new one is nearly silent.
>
> FYI the hazard flasher is a separate unit.
>
> John
> 93 GT
>
> Doug M wrote:
> > I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
> > 1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
> > the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
> > can not locate it.
> > Do you have to remove something to find it.
> > If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
> > Thanks in advance!


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Old 12-01-2005, 06:02   #6 (permalink)
Doug M
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Re: 93 Mustang, Turn Signal Flasher

Thanks for the help!
I found it on the passenger side next to the glove box. It was almost
impossible to get at from under the dash but I found that you can take
out the glove-box by removing two bolts and this gives you easy access
to it.
Thanks again. Doug

JohnV@nn wrote:
> It's on the passenger side. I was just barely able to reach mine.
> Stick your hand under the dash, a little to the left of the glove box,
> and you should feel it.
>
> I was able to locate it by turning on the signal and listening to the
> tick-tock. Fortunately the old, crapped out flasher was VERY loud.
> The new one is nearly silent.
>
> FYI the hazard flasher is a separate unit.
>
> John
> 93 GT
>
> Doug M wrote:
>
>>I am having a lot of problems locating the "Turn Signal Flasher" for my
>>1993 Mustang. CHILTON Ford Mustang Repair Manual says it is mounted on
>>the instrument panel reinforcement above the fuse panel. I've looked and
>>can not locate it.
>>Do you have to remove something to find it.
>>If anyone knows please advise as I'm getting a little frustrated.
>>Thanks in advance!

>
>

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