I just replaced the whole left and right turn signal switch in my car. Hazards work but not my left and right turn signal. From what I was told it is the Access Relay. Where is this relay located at? Because is not under the hood. Is it right by the gas pedal? I have a 2001 chevy cavalier.

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Asked by Oct 21, 2014 at 09:09 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2001 chevy cavalier

Blinker not working so I replaced the whole turn signal switch (brand new)
Still not working. Was told  it is the Access relay. I need the location of the relay.

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17,870

So you replaced the switch in the steering column, I'm assuming. I don't know where the access relay is but I've had this problem before and it ended up being the hazard switch(button)

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Yes replaced the switch in the column and my hazard works fine. This is a mystery I'm trying to solve. Thank you for your answer.

17,870

Yes the hazards will work fine but the signals run thru the hazard switch and can still the still be the problem

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17,870

Can still be the problem,( sorry for the typo)

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