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Mitubishi eclipes i cannot find the flasher relay to make the turn signals work.

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Under the dash either located right on the fuse panel or just hanging from a connector.. usually round (glass or metal). if your turn signals are working at all (even your emergency flashers). turn them on and follow the sound to located it easier.

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