I'm sorry, but there is no flasher on the back side of the fuse panel.
I fixed by problem. The turn signals and stop lights go through the hazard flasher switch. That switch was slow to move and one time the turn signals started moving after pushing the hazard switch. Another forum suggested using a little WD40 on the switch. I did that and now everything(hazard lights, turn signals, and stop lights) works just fine.
Once the turn signals started working I felt around and there is a large blue box with several connectors that appears to contain the flasher unit. It's not a small plug in flasher on this particular model. 1994 Lincoln Continental Signature series.
Saturday, January 9th, 2010 AT 11:18 AM