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Nicole, you need to get a fuse puller with a set of replacement fuses inside the package. Use the fuse puller to remove one fuse at a time and look at the metal filament in the middle. If any filament is broken between the two spade connectors on each fuse then replace it with a fuse from the new pack of the same color and numbered AMP rating. To me, it sounds like your problem is more serious than just fuses. There are also square plastic switches that plug into the fuse panel... these are called "Relays." You could easily have a bad relay and there is no easy way to check them. Read the list of relays carefully and try to determine which ones may cause your problems and replace them. The Hazard Light Flasher is a different matter. It is usually under the dashboard in the foot well. There are also fuses and relays under the hood. Check them all!
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
If its chevy usually the cigarette lighter controls obii port foreign are usually under the hood and marked ecm obd not sure on others (dodge or ford )
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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