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Flasher and signals are not working. The fuses are good.

How do you remove the Flasher relay? Where can we find it and how do you get to it?

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Look under driver side dashboard,flasher pulls straight out.

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The fuse box is located under the left side of the dash. Additional fuses are located in the fuse and relay box in the engine compartment.

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