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under the dash is a blinker solenoid. it constantly clicks when the turn signals are on. could be bad. Does the four way hazards work? if they do then it will be your turn signal switch (the handle you use to turn on the turn signals.) I've been a mechanic for 10 yrs. Hope this helps
If you have the owner's manual there will be a fuse box diagram and it should include all relays. If not you can purchase a Haynes manual that will also include the diagrams. Most likely the flasher is in the high amp fuse box under the hood and there is usually a diagram on the cover or in the fuse box itself.
check the inside fusebox, at location f20, this is the fuse # location F 20, this fuse operates the dsp module which is the digital signal processing. check that fuse.also check F4. now look under the hood and check these two fuses in that box, fuse 23 (F23) and fuse 19 (F19). hope this helps.
Fuse panel is located behind the instrument panel to the left of the steering column. There is also a fuse panel located on the left side of the engine compartment. Fuses #25 and #27 on the interior fuse panel are both associated with the turn signals.
I hope this helps you!
Check the fuses that are associated with the brake lights and turn signal. The fuse box is located below the steering column and the fuse box diagram (for fuse assignment) is located in the owner's manual. I hope this helps.