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Left hand indicators have stopped working.relay or flasher unit maybe?not too sure of location of either.2009 Suzuki gladius

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SOURCE: Flasher Relay location- 1998 Mazda B3000 pickup 4x4

it's basically a stand alone relay... most times... look for a relay by itself and often round. my ford winstars flasher relay was actually located in the fuse box under the drivers side dash. it was blue and larger then the other relays so that may be a clue to you.

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Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Indicators not flashing on Audi TT

i believe the audi uses two relays for the turn signals and hazzard lights so it would appear the turn relay has failed. it should be located under the dash near the steer column.... seems to me me they have some shielding under the dash so it may be hard to get to.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Turn signal stopped working 1990 Mercury Cougar

I had the same problem and the flasher is not located in the fuse box because it is not a normal flasher. the cougar has an electronic flasher unit that is located on the left side of the center console. the best and cheapest place to order a new one is amazon.com. they run about $30-$40

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 dodge avenger turn signal probs and location

replace the turn signal switch it self, mine did the same thing with the left turn signal, put in fuse and it will continue to flash... went to junk yard pulled one out of a 97 avenger just like mine, swapped them out and now it works fine. looked to be like some corrosion... to repace: 3 screws under columb, 2 screws on side of signal switch (black plastic side). unplug and replace

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the turn signal flasher/relay for 2004

under the dashboard

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