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Question 72 240z hazard flasher location?

Where is the hazard flasher located? I have replaced all the bulbs and still do not have any brake lights (rear obviously) and not front hazard lights. I believe that this is the problem.
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IIRC it's under the dash on the left side. You'll see two flashers, one is for your turn signals.

Be sure to check your brake light switch. It's mounted on the pedal bracket and switches on when the brake pedal is depressed.

If your rear hazard lights are working and not your front, your problem is not in the flasher unit.

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Scott's answer is for a 260Z and later. In the 240Z, the flashers are not together. One is on the driver side under the dash, and the other is on the passenger side.

And to continue answering the OP's question...
Are you talking about the hazard light switch? That could affect the brake lights. The turn signal switch can, as well.

This may help you in diagnosing your problem.
https://fiddlingwithzcars.wordpress....cuit-analysis/

And here is an early hazard switch: https://fiddlingwithzcars.wordpress....hazard-switch/


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Scott's answer is for a 260Z and later. In the 240Z, the flashers are not together. One is on the driver side under the dash, and the other is on the passenger side.
Thanks for catching that Steve!

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