Hazards

Asked by Aug 10, 2019 at 09:34 PM about the 1970 Chevrolet C/K 10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I broke my hazard switch with the hazards on and I can't pop the button back
out. I have the negative unhooked but I'm not going to drive it with the
hazards on.

2 Answers

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Did you try just removing the switch by unplugging it from the back while you source a new switch?

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You have 2 flashers in the fuse box. One is for the hazard warning flashers and the other is for the turn signals. Remove the one for the hazards until you can get a new turn signal switch. You can try Rockauto.com for the turn signal switch. Your local auto parts store might even be able to get the turn signal switch too. GM used the same switch for many years on many vehicles. On some GMs the turn signal flasher is tucked under the dash. Don't worry about that one. The hazards flasher is almost always plugged directly into the fuse box. It's a little round or square looking gizmo that just pulls straight out. Hope that helps! Jim

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