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Old 03-07-2005, 02:11 PM   #1
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Has anyone had problems with the 4 way flashers on the 02 ? I narrowed it down to the flasher module? Anyone had one replaced or replaced it yourself? If so where did you get it and what was the part number? Any source other than GM?
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Has anyone had problems with the 4 way flashers on the 02 ? I narrowed it down to the flasher module? Anyone had one replaced or replaced it yourself? If so where did you get it and what was the part number? Any source other than GM?
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Carvin Marvin, Welcome to irv2 If you have figured that your flasher is the problem, unplug it an take to Napa, Auto Zone I'am sure they can match it to the one you need. I have bought parts at GMC & CHEV dealers there prices aren't that bad.---"007"
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Where did you find the flasher. We have a W22 built in Sept. '04 (actual date of WH line) and I can't find the flasher for the life of me. I want to put an audible on it.

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