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U can actually do it yourself, it just plugs in under the dash. I found it listed at Napa auto parts for about $12. U should be able to get it at any parts store. If u want to do it yourself, here is the location of the flasher: u should purchase a new one 1st, so u know what it looks like, It's located behind the instrument panel, on the left side of the steering column bracket. Just unplug, and plug in new one. U may need to remove a trim panel under the steering column where it meets the dash (bottom of steering column and dash). Your car has 2 flashers, hazard and turn signal, just make sure u get the turn signal flasher, as they aren't interchangeable. Parts stores will offer free services such as installation of wiper blades, u can ask if they would install the flasher. A few dollars for your appreciation to the parts person would probably be cheaper than going to a garage! Let me know how u do.

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