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My heater air conditioning and hazard warning lights have stopped working are they connected in any way you can feel warm air when the car is moving and the indicators work

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  • tonytipton Dec 29, 2010

    how do i solve it then

  • tonytipton Dec 29, 2010

    can you tell me where the heater blower relay is please

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The heat and ac are but the hazards are not

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

  • Shane Gannon Dec 29, 2010

    well to start check fuses of course then relays and remember 2 diff.problems so make sure all turn signails are working/check flasher

  • Shane Gannon Dec 29, 2010

    i can not tell u for sure were it is located on your exact model/but im pretty sure it not to far from blower to were u can follow wires from blower to it

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