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2004 F150- Hazard Flashers dont work, turn signals do work

My drivers mirror was damaged by a side swipe. at the time of the accident, the hazard flashers stopped working.

When I use the turn signals however, they work still. When I release the hazard flashers button, I hear a click, like a relay maybe that has gone out. I have assumed the mirror accident sent some extra electric current through the hazard relay or other, which has caused this problem. I can't find a solution in the manual, and cant afford a dealer tech. Since the turn signals work, do you think a relay or other device being out is causing the hazard flashers not to work?

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    We're is hazard flasher relay or fues,s located on a 2000 sporttrac

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    need to find hazard rely

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    can not find flasher rely

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Try replacing the hazard relay it should be under the dash try turning it on and off with your head down by the floorboard to pinpoint the right relay and the location. you should be able to hear it easily. hope this helps.

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