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Hazrd lights not working

My hazard lights are not working where is the fuse

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Fuse or relay can be under dash by left calf, in back of glove compartment, under a plastic cover in the engine compartment or on the sides of the dash board(even the passenger side) only visible when the door is open. These are all of the hiding spots. Check the index of you car owners manual.

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