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Flasher relay location 1994 4runner

Nedd to find driver rear turn signal socket. also need tu find flasher relay
making horrible noise

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Hi there. I have a 96 4-runner and the relays are under the hood, passenger side on the fender well. Just lift the black cover.

For the signal light, you have to pull out the 4 philips screws and pull the rear lense out to access the bulbs.

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