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starter might be internally shorted or binding up causing the starter to require more amperage to turn. have a mechanic perform a starter draw test on it or take it off and have it tested. if you are going to have it tested take it to a good alternator/starter repair shop. autozone and oreillys cant simulate engine load and if its binding because of a bad bearing on the armature shaft, with out engine load it will test good
COMBINATION TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD FLASHER MOUNTED TO FIREWALL TO THE LEFT OF THE STEERING COLUMN UNDER THE INSTRUMENT PANEL.FUSE TO TURN SIGNAL FLASHER IS IN FUSE BOX ON THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT RIGHT SIDE OF THE INSTRUMENT PANEL.LOOK AT THE FUSE COVER IT WILL TELL YOU LOCATION OF FUSE FOR CIRCUIT IT CONTROLS.YOU ALSO HAVE FUSES IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT NEXT TO WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID RESERVOIR.