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Old 02-09-2011, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I did a search for 'bcm' here first and got nothing, so I am posting a topic. Anyway I have a 2003 Elantra and the turn signals have stopped working. There is no openly visible relay or fuse for the turn signals and I found out that relays on the bcm are probably the problem. I have no idea where the bcm is located though. Can anyone describe its location or provide a picture/schematic?
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Replace the turn signal flasher,,, not uncommon to replace it, done a handfull in the past..

Located at left kick panel, black plastic box thing..

Hyundai part --> 95550-39000 @ $33.72 ---> I have 1 in stock here
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Thanks, but can you be a bit more descriptive because I have no idea what/where you are referring to.
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QUOTE (antoine9120 @ Feb 11 2011, 10:06 AM)
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Thanks, but can you be a bit more descriptive because I have no idea what/where you are referring to.

Sit in driver seat. Take left foot and sweep it to left and kick the panel... the flasher is up there in a block with wires and relays..

Now take and look up in there, you'll need light though.. the flasher is marked in the pics.

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Ahhhh, I see. Thank you very much. Hopefully this is the problem so that I can fix it and be able to use my turn signals again. What is the exact part name? 'Flasher module', 'Flasher relay'? I just want to make sure that I buy/order the correct part.
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What is the exact part name? 'Flasher module', 'Flasher relay'? I just want to make sure that I buy/order the correct part.

Scroll up the page and read the words in post #2 above carefully........
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Got it, and I wrote it down this time. I just wanted to make sure that was the exact name because 'turn signal flasher' makes me think of the bulb, but I am a lay man. Anyway do you you have an ebay account that you sell parts through in case I am unable to find one in a local auto store?
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Anyway do you you have an ebay account that you sell parts through
[b]No


in case I am unable to find one in a local auto store?
[b]Do not think it will be an auto part store item... the part number provided is the Hyundai assigned part number, walk into aany Hyundai dealer, give part fella/gal the number, if they got it, they will sell it to you.. if not in stock, be couple day out from region part depot..
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