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Turn Signal my turn signal went out, and I went to auto zone to get a fuse for it, they gave me an EP35 and told me it should be somewhere under the steering column, so I'm not super stupid, but I can't find the fuse box under there.

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    I can not find out where the flasher fuse is to replace

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Well, I have a Ford Contour Se 98' V6. The flasher rely IS under the steering wheel column. It's actually connected RIGHT next to your turn signal sitck/switch.

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