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1998 Ford F150 Turn signals will not blink or emergency flashers

Turn lights come on but do not blink, can not find a band relay under hod or fuse area, or relays under dash near hearter core
all fuses are good

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Try to find electronic flasher under dash,some disassembly required,turn on hazard lights,that flasher is close to the one you are looking for.

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