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Old 09-25-2011, 07:59 PM   #1
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anybody know where to find the turn signal flasher on a 2003 Journey 34H? my turn signals decided to stop functioning. thanks
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:05 PM   #2
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If the fuses up front are good and this model Journey is on a Freightliner chassis like mine I recommend you call the Freightliner help line. Give them your VIN and the problem. My signal failure was the Headlamp Control Module under the dash near the steering post. Easy DIY, but a costly part. Hope your solution is more simple.
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My 05 Meridian 36G has a fuse panel in the electrical cable compartment. It is behind a large metal sheet that is very hard to see as it is painted black like everything else. My turn signal fuse is in there for the Toad light plug in by the hitch. Might be a flasher unit in there too.

It is the whole aft bulkhead. (On your right as you face the compartment)
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Old 09-27-2011, 07:25 PM   #4
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If the fuses up front are good and this model Journey is on a Freightliner chassis like mine I recommend you call the Freightliner help line. Give them your VIN and the problem. My signal failure was the Headlamp Control Module under the dash near the steering post. Easy DIY, but a costly part. Hope your solution is more simple.
Thanks, i will try it out
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When my turn signals went out I checked all the fuses and they were ok, I found the harness behind the steering wheel had become unplugged.

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I should have said that it was inside the steering wheel column.
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Old 09-28-2011, 02:56 PM   #7
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My 05 Meridian 36G has a fuse panel in the electrical cable compartment. It is behind a large metal sheet that is very hard to see as it is painted black like everything else. My turn signal fuse is in there for the Toad light plug in by the hitch. Might be a flasher unit in there too.

It is the whole aft bulkhead. (On your right as you face the compartment)
I hope they took the guy that dreampt up that hiding place, outside and beat him to a pulp. That is the damndest place for the fuses I have ever run across.
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I agree! And whoever decided to paint it black with no decals or anything else saying there is a fuse panel behind there should get to join the party.
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thanks to everyone who tried to help with my turn signals. i found two flasher units behind the drivers left foot support. one of them controls the turn signals and the other controls the emergency flashers. both were bad, so $30 latter and 20 minutes to plug in and replace foot rest ----all done. just got back from a 4 hours each way trip and they worked perfectly.
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