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Need to disable flashers temporarily (while sleeping) untlcan get back home and to a dealeril I
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is located on the Fuse Panel Under the Dash on the Drivers Side. It is Right at the Top of the Fuse Panel. Should be the Large Round one. Some of them were Square Though.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: faulty flasher unit
The flasher button is the relay. Push the two long strips at the side of the radio. They are on the faceplate, they look like two long rectangles. Push them in until they click. Then pull them out like handles. You can then reach in the recess and feel the flasher switch just to the bottom of the hole the radio sits in. The flasher switch itself is about six inches long. Push the back of the switch and it will pop out through the front panel. It does require a good amount of force so cover your wrist/arm with a rag to keep your arm from getting cut up on the hard plastic.
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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