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Not sure of your engine size but the 4 and 6 cyliner should be the same. Now if you have an automatic or manual transmission does make a little bit of a difference. Below are the different locations. The top/first picture is the location of the flasher unit if you have an automatice transmission and the second second/bottom picture is the locaation if you have a manual transmission. Hope this helps....

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