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My signal flashers went out

My signals and emerency blankers don't work nobody seems to know where they are located in vehicle. is they under the hood or inside vehicle?

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  • holla holla Jan 27, 2009

    HI I'M JUST REPLACEING A FUSE? IF NOT WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IS IT BEHIND THE THE FUSE BLOCK BCUZ I HAVEN'T REPLACE FUSE I'M UN CERTAIN BY WHAT PEOPLE AT AUTO ZONE ARE SAYING SO CAN YOU BE MORE DETAIL ABOUT I;M LOOKING AT OR FOR? IS IT VERY SIMPLE?

  • holla holla Jan 28, 2009

    Thanks You so much that help me alot with the pictures and location of each item such as hazard flashers/flashers. Ican say you know your stuff. THANKS U SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    fuse number 13 is for hazard flashers , this fuse is located under the hood . see picture below .


    also inside the car under left side of dash in that fuse block there is a turn signal fuse , it is number 6 , see picture below , i don't know what else i can tell you .


    this information is most likely in your owners manual if you had one .

    thanks for using FIX YA !


  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    hi , are you looking for the flasher , if so , the flasher is located under left side of dash in the fuse block , if you already have the new flasher it will help you identify it , very inexpensive.

    Thanks for using FIX YA !


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