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Turn signals and hazzard lights

I have lost power to all my turn signals and hazard lights. I have been told by parts store people that the flasher fuse is out. I have the replacement part. Problem is....can't find where the flasher fuse goes. It is a large 1 1/2" square fuse with three prongs, not a standard fuse. Any ideas?

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  • ditraeger Sep 23, 2008

    It is fixed now.... by a friend. The info was correct, but needed more info. The dash had to be torn apart to expose the fuse.

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Under the dash near the steering column...they shoud have shown you at the parts store where it goes..its almot right under the clounm to the side closest to the door. it just unplgs and you plug in the new one.

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