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Flasher needs changing. Where is it? Thanks

Want to know where is the flasher. will change so hazard lights will work correctly. Blinkers are starting to go out and they said I need to change the flasher.

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  • donne6688 Apr 14, 2009

    Thanks. I'll look again. Just trying to save the boss a little $ it's a delivery van. and the hazards stay on won't blink and the blinkers are starting to due it too.

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If you normally hear a clicking sound when signaling, it is probably located under your dashboard. If the sound is 'electronic' (beeping) it is likely in your fuse/relay box.
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