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Can't find the hazard flasher for '93 Subaru Legacy!

I found the turn signal flasher but not the hazard. My hazards don't work while my turn signal do work!

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    Hazard lights don't work. All lights and turn signals work, but the hazards don't.

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They are usually one and the same box fuse...you might try putting in a new one

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