Does your blinker stay lit or do nothing when you hit the blinker switch? The 93-02 Camaro actually has two flasher relays under the dash. If you hit the hazards and all the light work fine, then its probably a defective turn signal flasher. Otherwise its a bulb or maybe even a bad bulb socket.
– Turn signals or hazards not functioning
– Turn signals or hazards stay on
– Additional lights are not working
Estimated Repair Cost: $10-15
Programming: No programming required.
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Part Numbers: 19209674, 10041074, 491391
Before beginning, always check turn signal bulbs. A bad bulb is a more common problem and should be checked first.
The 93-02 Chevrolet Camaro turn signal flasher is located on the right side of the steering column under the dash. You’ll need to remove two lower kicker panels in order to access it.
You’ll need to removed two screws to remove the lower dash panel then it can be pulled up and out of the way.
To the right of the steering column, you’ll see the turn signal flasher. This flasher controls the blinking action on your turn signal. Luckily it’s a cheap and easy replacement.
These are plug and play and don’t require any type of reprogramming or calibrating. If you have replaced the turn signal flasher and are still experiencing problems, it’s probably a bad bulb.