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[Corsa C] [00-06] FLasher Relay Location 55Plate Corsa C

Discussion in 'Astra, Corsa, Zafira, Meriva, Adam, Agila, Tigra & Nova [Includes AstraVan & ComboVan] owners forum' started by helenscorsa, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. helenscorsa

    helenscorsa New Member

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    Hi can anyone tell me the location of the flasher relay on a 55 plate corsa.

    My wife's car has just developed a fault. The right indicator will flash a couple of times and then stay on, the flasher noise still sound but very quiet. the only way to cancel the right lamp is to operate the left indicator for a couple of flashes. The Left hand indicator works perfectly.

    This leads me to think that the flasher relay is faulty, is the flasher relay in the black box next to the battery, with 6 screws holding the lid on. If so is there an easy way to access it with out removing all of the scuttle?

    Thanks in advance

    Mark
  2. clutchman-2008

    clutchman-2008 Corsa c specialist

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    Hi there,thats the correct location im afraid,if you loosen the battery clamp and push to one side you will be able to access the torx screws securing the cover for the relay box

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