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Where is the hazard and flasher relay in the 1996 isuzu rodeo? Hazards and signals are not working, all new bulbs and fuses, still nothing, can't find the relay

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The relay should be located inside the vehicle on the drivers side, under the dash right above the kick panel. below is a picture of what it will look like but yours may be a different color but the shape should be the same. I hope this helps and good luck.


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