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Where is hazard flasher unit located - 1978 Dodge Magnum

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  • lazym323 Jul 01, 2009

    Hazard Flasher unit is located on left side near emergency brake, up on the backside of the dash panel.

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78 dodge magnum? Under dash by fuses, or in fuse panel?

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