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The flasher unit is generally plugged into the fuse panel. there is usually a large amperage fuse panel under the hood, and another small amperage panel inside up under the dashboard. the exact location can be found, along with a lot of other information, in the owners manual which is in the glove box. if you do not have one, you can buy one for less than the cost of a lunch at a local junkyard or on ebay. tip! right next to the flasher is the emergency flasher and they are often the same thing so you can swap them and see if your problem lies in the flasher unit.

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