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How to replace a turn siginal flasher? my turn were flashing real slow, now they are not flashing at all.

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Look under the dash, drivers side. You should see a fuse panel, usually with a cover but not always.Remove cover and look on the inside for t/s ( turn signal ). If no cove5r look for 2 square or rectangular boxes on in that panel. Now turn on your 4 ways ( emergency ) flashers and remove 1 of those boxes. If the 4 ways keep going then you just removed the turn signal flasher which yo0u need to replace. If the 4 ways stopped, plug that one back in and remove the other one and replace. If you tow a trailer with that vehicle you'll want to buy a heavy duty flasher as opposed to a regular one.
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