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Where is the flasher box located that controls the turn signals? My turn signals do not work, but I checked and the fuse is good and the hazard lights do work. It is a 91 buic lesabre

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On that vehicle, it should be located down to the left of the steering wheel, in the area where your left knee would be, above the hood release.

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