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I bought a new turn signal and hazard light relay but there's like six by the fuse box. How do I know which is the right one?

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The only way to know which is which is by looking at your owner's manual. It will tell you. If you no longer have the owner's manual then you can look online to find the diagrams and such to tell you which one to replace

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