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1998 lincoln navigator - where is the electronic flasher module located? It is not under the hood, Ive checked all fuses in the box under the hood. my emergency flashers work but the turn signal(s) do not - I was told to buy a new Electronic Flasher - 5 pin and replace the old one. thank you.

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I am not 100% sure as far as on a 98 navigator, but I had a 99 Ford Explorer which is pretty close. My relay was under the hood in a box located near the firewall in front of the drivers side. Other cars I've had, have had them under the dash on the drivers side. You have to get on your back and lool up in the wires for a round lookin relay or it may be square. Either way, those are the only two places I have ever known them to be on any car. A flashlight will help greatly. Hope this helps some.

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