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Location of Flasher for turn signals

Just need to know where to look for flasher as my turn signals Left & right blink about 3 times then freeze. I assume it is the flasher.

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    Left hand side flashers not working globes been checked,rear flasher works. Thanks

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The flasher for a 2000 Jetta is in the hazard light switch in the middle of the dash. If you want to replace the flasher, you'll need to replace that switch.

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