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98 mazda b2500-my turning signal/hazard lights no longer work

My turning signal/hazard lights no longer work on my 98 mazda b2500. i just had to replace my altenator and battery and was thinking that i blew a fuse. so i replace fuse numbers 3,7, and 21 and had no results. i need help!!!!

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You need to replace the flasher module, this is the module that controls the "Blinking" function of the lights, its a mostly a common part that you can get at any auto parts store for less than 10 bucks and is located in the Fuse panel under the dash, its round in shape in one corner of the panel. mostly they are green in color.

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