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I've looked at your answers to my question but i am getting conflicting answers...where exactly is the turn signal flasher located on a 2001 Kia Spectra GS?

I need to know the exact location of the turn signal flasher a picture would be nice

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If it is the flasher module you are looking for it is found on the underside left hand part of dash! What is the problem? The Kia models had a recall for the flasher switch being faulty! This was on 1998 models but I have heard similar problems on 2001/2002 models!

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