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2004 Grand Cherokee Turn Signal Flasher

The hazard lights flash but turn signal do not 90% of time. Where is flasher and how to replace please.

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  • mraymo2003 Nov 19, 2008

    I have the same exact problem

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    When I turn on either direction signal, the direction light comes on but the other direction id lightly lit up also and flashing. This happening on the inside and on the outside turn signals. This just started, I have gone through a few large puddles because here in Minnesota there is a rather large thaw going on.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    flasher and hazard lights don't work

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These have a flasher under the dash lower left side. 1. Remove lower trim 2. look for flasher plugged into fuse panel looks like a back plastic block about 1 in square with 9 prongs that plug in. 3. just replace. Part seems to be at least $30 I'm getting one for a friend.

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