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Turn signal on lights stays on but doesnt blink

Turn signal on left or right, or hazard lights do not flash. I know the flasher switich needs changed but l cant find it under the dash.

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Its under the dash board on the left side (driver side). It's not in the same fuse box will be near it. If you get a replacement flasher relay you can see what the new one look like, just look underneath the dash match the relay and replace it fairly simple and make sure all the bulbs are good.

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