I am having trouble with my left turn signal lights staying solid and not flashing--1979 Camaro. Replaced the bulbs and tested them. The hazards work fine, and so does the right turn signal. From some other posts, it seems like it might work to replace the flasher that is not in the fuse box. Problem is, the only flasher relay I can find is the one in the fuse box for the hazards. Other posts mention the 2nd relay is at the base of the steering column. Below is a picture taken with my head at the base of the steering column looking up. Weird angle, but the green circle is the hazards flasher (working), the red circle is the horn relay, and the blue circle is the lights. The steering column is near the top of the picture. That means that the camera in the picture would be at the base of the steering column, there isn't any relay there that looks like the one in the fuse box so I am not sure where it is to replace. Do you have to remove the steering column to get to the second flasher or could the second flasher look different than the silver cylinder? The one I bought as a replacement from the auto parts store looks like the one in the fuse box. Are there some wires that are easy to trace from the fuse box to find the flasher? This seems like it is easy, but I am stumped. Thank you!