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Where is the relay for blinkers in a 95 Buick regal

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Under the dash by the drivers side. turn on the hazards and find this relay and the signal relay should be in the general area and will look the same.

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It is located in the convenience center to the left of the steering column.

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SOURCE: On a 94 Buick Regal...where is the flasher located ?

In a lot of cars, the flasher relay is built into the hazard light button - yours may be as well. The simple fix is to go to a parts store, ask for the hazard relay for your car, and have them show you - if it's built into the hazard button, you'll be handed a new button.

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hold the release button in while pulling the head rest up,

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