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Flasher location for signals

I need the location of the flasher for the turn signals on a 1999 dodge ram V8 sport 2-door pickup

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It is located on the drivers side, at the left side of instrument panel located on fuse block. It simply unplugs. They are usually round about the size of a silver dollar with 3 plugs. Can be plastic or metal

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