napsterbater: Juan Varela, Most likely, but I don't know for sure.
napsterbater: 10k Views.. Wow, thanks for all the thanks heh.
Juan Varela: would it be the same for 2002 TransAm?
renzobyd: Thanks bro
miccheck11: Replaced mine today thanks for the vid
Alison Fish: Thanks for this post. It was really helpful. I'm so happy to have turn
mike pino: Great video, very helpful
elias marquez: Turn signal flasher=Turn signal relay. Same thing, just putting that out
there for newbies.
Anthony Soares: simple and to the point. thanks!
stephen king: Thanks for posting this up. Im having a issue with my left turn signal not
flashing (it just stays green) ive changed the bulb and socket and still
nothing but ive noticed it starts to work again when i move the steering
wheel colum all the way up or when i keep messing with the turn signal
lever. Any ideas people please help a fellow camaro owner :( . With hazards
ON all lights work and the right turn signal works perfect
junior ramirez: My left blinker doesn't blink just stays on everything else works good. Do
you think if I replace it it will fix the problem ?
Harold Langston: Thanks for the video
Mike Moore: Just replaced my flasher in my 99 Trans Am thanks to your vid. Everything
works fine now and the part was only $3.99 at Auto Zone. Thanks!!
Luis Lopez: Do I unplug my negative on the battery.? And my right blink doesnt not want
to blink sometimes, but then it works when I start messing around with it.
Rebecca Behre: Thank you for posting this. It was very helpful when replacing the flasher
for my 1999 Trans Am.
Kekoa Cambra: Would anyone know if this also applies to the same year Firebird?
Kekoa Cambra: Did you find the flasher on your Firebird? Same location? I'm having an
issue with the turn signal arrows turning on, but not flashing, not
clicking, and not signaling. Hoping replacing it fixes the issue.
Ryan Siedlarz: Thank you very much lol fixed my problem
Harmony79: Thanks for posting this! I have an 02 camaro and have been trying to find
mine for awhile.
WookieOrgasm: okay when i was doing this i was under the dash and i saw a little silver
switch and a silver button with a black tip underneath then i saw a random
cord on the side and saw that one side was connected to the pcm ign fuse,
what is that?
Gary Urista: I liked your video a lot. It actually showed where the flasher modules
were. I didn't have to take every panel off to find them. I looked on an
auto site and an "Auto expert" said " look under the dash.
OreoTrevor: Thanks for the video. I got a 97 Firebird v6 and have trouble looking for
the same thing. Prolly in the same area. I'll have to check it out. Hope
not alot of difference between yours and mine.
blabarr82: Great video man!!! Helped alot THANKS!!!
Crush062: really helpful, a lot better than the other guy, ima go outside right now
and do it :D
g00dl00kinb0i: "Yes it is a 1999 Camaro, yes it is a V6 and no I don't care" - Hahahahaha
LOOOL !!! Still a nice car even with a V6, $3000-5000 will make this Camaro
go like a V8 - you still got a car with a very nice body non the less.
Thanks for the video, I got problems with my flashers the front left is out
and the rear just stays on and doesn't flash until turned off :[ I think
instead of bulbs I got to look at the flasher and wires to fix it, any way
love my '02 SS and you enjoy yours as well :] Thanks !
Brian Buehler: Thank you for this very useful explanation! My left blinker has been
sticking on more and more lately and I was not looking forward to digging
all around under the dash in search of the clicking sound.
Ricky Plotner: Thanks man, video helped fix my firebird.
ericpeacock79: thanks for this vid. After 20 minutes of couldn't find it, googled, found
this vid, blinker working 3 minutes later. .....The replacement part from
autozone looks a lot different than the oem part that was in there. The
directions in the haynes manual were NOT helpful.
Jon Jaramillo: how do you replace the whole damn thing? My freaking high beams don't work
because the damn thing is all loose!!!
GlockShooter83: i have always got the 5.7's-ive had 3, 2 99 z28s and an 02 SS...really when
you live in the midwest, the rear wheel drive is more of an issue than the
engine type...i wouldn't be able to justify dealing with the snow and not
having the 346 and 300 horses...but thanks for the vid-im putting mine in
now-it is going slow, then stops, then goes to normal...
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
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