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My 92 mazda mx3 turn signals wont work and ive replaced the flasher and the bulbs i think it may be the relay but i do not know where the relay is that controls my turn signals

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SOURCE: Flasher Relay replacement

The Flasher Relay for the Series 1 Mazda Premacy is situated in the centre of the vehicle behind the Cigarette lighter. To access it you have to remove the central dash surround, radio, CD deck and climate control panel. If you have small hands you can then access the rely to replace it. If you have larger hands expect to find it a little more awkward.

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SOURCE: can't find the turn signal or emergency flasher fuse for 1998

Conrad, up north.
My protege is a '99. The turn signals and hazard flashers use the same flasher unit. It is located under the dash to the left of the steering wheel and above and a bit to the right right of the driver's side fuse box.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Flasher Relay location- 1998 Mazda B3000 pickup 4x4

it's basically a stand alone relay... most times... look for a relay by itself and often round. my ford winstars flasher relay was actually located in the fuse box under the drivers side dash. it was blue and larger then the other relays so that may be a clue to you.

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SOURCE: i need to know if a 1992 mazda mx3 1.8l v6 is...

nope diffrent trans man not to mention obd1 for 92 obd2 for 96 lots of work man not somthing i would call easy

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nope diffrent trans man not to mention obd1 for 92 obd2 for 96 lots of work man not somthing i would call easy

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