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Emergency lights One side of my emergency lights(Driver side) will not function when activated however all lights, brakes, turn signals work. Someone suggested looking at the relays. Maybe? Where are the relays? 95 Ford Explorer, 4 door and wheel,

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    Can someone tell me which relay to change and how to change out the relay?

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They should be under the hood.

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