Turn signal problems. Need if I have the right relay and the location of this relay.

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Asked by Oct 21, 2014 at 09:25 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My turn signal Right and left went out. Replace the whole deal and still dose not work. I
was told it was the Relay. Went to Oreilly and they sold me a Access Relay. I want to
know the location of this relay and if they sold me the right one. Thank you

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76,465

Under dash driver, side,in diagram number 3.

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:) Sweet deal. I did see this on line but I was not sure. Okay my next question is do I need tools to get this out of here? Is it easy just for me to get under there and do it my self?

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76,465

No should be right there ,,just pull it out and put new one in.

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Do I have to take out the dash?

76,465

No, it should be under it above brake pedal.

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