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Signal and hazard ligths are out, not blinking. What could be the problem, flasher relay perhaps? and if it is, where can I locate it( in the car). I tried under the hood and under the the dashboard but I can not find it. Thank you.

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Yes, the flasher , this is very common the problem is that aftermarket flashers will not work!!!!, buy one from the dealer there a little costly but thats the only one that will work. many people drive themselfs crazy replacing parts because the flasher they used was aftermarket .hope this helps.

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