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Flasher Turn Signal Relay...

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I need help replacing my signal relay. The owners manual does not have its location listed. Any help finding where it is located would be great. I thought it would be in the trunk since there are relays and fuses up there? Thank you for your help.

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I can't read that position in my 993 file but in 964 it says it is in the center console

I thought it was behind the oil temp/pressure gauge

hope I am not sending you on a wild goose chase

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You don't indicate what year and model 993 but if none of the turn signals are working on '96 and up, try relay R32 in the trunk. If just one turn signal isn't working, try fuses 30,31,32,33 in trunk also.

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You don't indicate what year and model 993 but if none of the turn signals are working on '96 and up, try relay R32 in the trunk. If just one turn signal isn't working, try fuses 30,31,32,33 in trunk also.

My car is a 1998 993 C2S. Does this help narrow it down a little? Thanks

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You don't indicate what year and model 993 but if none of the turn signals are working on '96 and up, try relay R32 in the trunk. If just one turn signal isn't working, try fuses 30,31,32,33 in trunk also.

My car is a 1998 993 C2S. Does this help narrow it down a little? Thanks

I should add, that all turn signals at this time are working fine.

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Then, I take it, you have no problem, just want to locate the relay. If so, it's R32 in the trunk electrical box.

You are correct...no problem with the turn signals at this time. I do notice that when I use the turn signals that it is really hard to hear the "click,click" noise inside the car? Is this normal? I would think the "click,click" would be a little louder? Would replacing the relay help solve this problem? Thank you.

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Mine isn't loud either...I believe because the relay that clicks isn't in the dash...It's in the trunk, right? To confirm, turn your signal on, open the trunk, then stand near the fuse box on the passenger side near the cowl.

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Mine isn't loud either...I believe because the relay that clicks isn't in the dash...It's in the trunk, right? To confirm, turn your signal on, open the trunk, then stand near the fuse box on the passenger side near the cowl.

The relay is in the trunk on the drivers side, basically right behind the steering wheel. You have to have very small hands to reach both the turn signal relay and the door buzzer relay (they are both behind the truck shock absorber). The door buzzer relay is also right next to it, if anyone cares to know. After changing the turn signal relay there was a small increase in its volume....I can hear it a little better now that I changed it. Thanks for everyone's help on this matter.

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