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I need to change the flasher/turn signal relay to one that will add resistance to cut down the flasher speed due to LED light bulb I installed. I can"t find the relay to unplug and replace? I can hear one location clicking maybe under the fuse box located under the hood on drivers side, I also hear the flasher sound coming from the driver door speaker after the first three flashes. (I assume the first there flashes are not "broadcasted" due to the flasher in the mirror used for lane changing.) So, Where the heck is the relay, under the fuse box mentioned?
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Welcome to the club, when someone posts a question like yours, I usually try to google it, here is one of the answers I found: xxxxxxxxxxxx.Sorry, it had a link that didn"t meet site rules.I found info that said it was on the driver"s side near the gas pedal, and info that said it was at the bottom of the dash fuse panel (which should be on the driver"s end, visable when door is open). Good luck with the search.
Welcome to the club, when someone posts a question like yours, I usually try to google it, here is one of the answers I found: xxxxxxxxxxxx.Sorry, it had a link that didn"t meet site rules.I found info that said it was on the driver"s side near the gas pedal, and info that said it was at the bottom of the dash fuse panel (which should be on the driver"s end, visable when door is open). Good luck with the search.
Right, I combed the "net looking for the newest models as GM changed the location from what you and I had found. The clicking comes from under the fuse box that is located under the hood on drivers side. I"m still looking for confirmation and assurances I won"t screw something up by taking that big fuse box out to look underneath what with all the electronics in these cars.
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Right, I combed the "net looking for the newest models as GM changed the location from what you and I had found. The clicking comes from under the fuse box that is located under the hood on drivers side. I"m still looking for confirmation and assurances I won"t screw something up by taking that big fuse box out to look underneath what with all the electronics in these cars.
I found one reference that suggested there may no longer be an flasher module, perhaps (and this is me suggesting this) the Body Control Module is providing the flashing function.
I found one reference that suggested there may no longer be an flasher module, perhaps (and this is me suggesting this) the Body Control Module is providing the flashing function.

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I saw that too and that is distressing but believable. Yet that is a guess and I hope for some "been there, done that" owner out there. On another matter, I bought chrome covers for the mirrors on this 2012 (you take the original ones off) and the rear facia that covers the trailer hitch (removable). Also chrome door handles yet to put on (complete factory handles not PUTCO covers). Those will be a tussel but at least GM sends "how to" instructions for their parts. I have already put a Denali grill in to replace the stock grill, HIDs, LED/fiberoptic taillights and ordered a OGM1 Nav. So it is getting better. Also took off all the emblems, used the "XL" a couple places and chrome GMC front a rear. Weathertech mats complete. Tri-White so the chrome stands out. Wife has driven a Yukon/sub since 1976 and won"t have anything else I"m afraid. I have the tail lights and grills for sale on Ebay. I should put them on here to i suppose.