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Turn signal flasher replacement

Can't locate the flasher ... supposed to be on left side under dash i can't see it. Where is it?

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  • jdtech May 11, 2010

    Try the fuse panel

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It is probably tucked up high and clipped out of the way of other wires.
Look for a silver fuse around the area of where you kneecap rides, behind the panel.
Try locating the 4-way (emergency) flasher by its sounds, since it will continue to work if your 2way is out, then try to find the other one --- I had a hard time finding my 2way and never did see the 4-way (I just heard it).
You may have to stand on your head but you'll find it.

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