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Hazards are flashing all the time

I have bought control unit box,but at Grahamstown Volkswagen they are unable to code it.Hazards are flashing all the time.Thanks

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Fuse deffective or wires grounded

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It could be defective Hazard flasher connector or short circuit.

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