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Location of Flasher

My blinkers work only every once and awhile. all my bulbs are good, so i think its my flasher. however i cant find the flasher. my hazards dont work either. please help me find the location of the flashers and if its another problem than flashers what else should i do. thanks

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Check inside kick panels in front of doors

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