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The interior fuse box locations - 1995-97 Town Car
The engine compartment fuse box locations - 1995-97 Town Car
The interior fuse box locations - 1995-96 Continental
The engine compartment fuse box locations - 1995-96 Continental
The flashers are usually located in the fuse box. I don't know your make/model specifically but they're pretty much all the same. It will probably be a small metal cylinder in one of the corners of the fuse box. About the size of a half dollar. Maybe a little smaller. 1/2"-1" tall. It'll pull right out with your fingers.
It should be located in the distribution box, also called the power box. It is a black box loxated under the hood. And you have to remove the cover. Underneath the cover it will tell you what each fuse is for, If for some reason it doesn't it will tell you in the manual. Good Luck
If you still get current drawing when car is turned off, you will have to start pulling electrical connectors and checking for draw. If no change, connect, and go to next connector, repeating until the draw stops, this is the bad component. I would start with any aftermarket electrical components. Alarm's, radio's, etc. Then I would disconnect and check for draw on any component that get's power when car is off. Horn, light's, brake light switch (usually located towards top of brake pedal), radio, cigarette lighter, etc...Disconnect each component separately and check for current draw.
Check the fuse in your fuse box. Refer to your manual. If the fuse is fine turn your signal on, with the radio off, and listen for a clicking sound from the fuse box. If there is no sound it could be your signal relay. It is located at your fuse box. Your local auto store should carry this item and may assist you in changing it.