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Where is the Flasher for the turn signal and emergency lights located. How do I gain access?

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Depending on model version and age.
the left stalk switch on the steering column is for the turn indicators
the emergency flasher lights or hazard lights is either between the
air vents on the dash above the middle console or at the bottom of the middle console below the radio and above the ashtray is is oblong button
both have a red triangle on them. press once to activate and press once again to deactivate.

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