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In fuse box look in owners manual or on back side of cover sometime writen on fuse box itself

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The flasher unit is located under the dash, near the steering column. This could also be caused by a faulty ground wire. Check the wiring for broken, bare, or loose wires or connections.

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its posable the switch could be bad.

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The turn sig. flasher is under the dash at the left kick panel. The hazzard flasher is under the dash to the
right of the steering colum brace. Hope this helps.

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Flasher unit is in the center of the backside of the interior fuse box under the center of the dash board. It's black with 3 prongs.

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To test turn signal switches, use a 12-volt test light to probe for voltage into and out of the switch. The ignition switch must be in the RUN position for the circuit to operate. If voltage is present on the input side of the switch but not on the output side, the switch is faulty.

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  • A test light can be used to determine which flasher is used for the turn signals and which is used for the hazard warning light.
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