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LOCATION HAZARD LIGHT SWITCH , CAN'T FIND WHERE TO TURN THEM ON

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The Hazard light switch is located in the middle of the center dash vent. The vent in the middle of the dash has two adjustable vents and the button that turns on the hazard lights is in between the two vents.

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    For the 2003 Galant. Your Hazard Button is simply between the two A/C vents above the Radio, dead center at your well positioned convenience and easy access!

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For the 2003 Mitsubishi Galant. Your Hazard Button is simply between the two A/C vents above the Radio, dead center at your well positioned convenience and easy access!

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