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How to replace the Electronic Flasher. Also the

How to replace the Electronic Flasher. Also the radio, power windows and convertible top loose power for no reason (no bumps) and regain the power frequently. What can the problem be?

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Flasher is located in stearing wheel section of the car. Bushing in window motor worn.

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