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Flasher fuse recently my blinkers had gone out on my dash board (the arrows) and on the car itself. many people told me that my flasher fuse on my car has to be replaced. i bought the part but cannot seem to find where it is located. any ideas or suggestions?

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If the hazard light button is not working properly it will cause problems with the blinkers.

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Fuse panels can be located in several places... under the drivers sided dash.... there may be a small plastic door you can remove on the plastic on either side of the steering column (not on the steering column itself)... or look in the glove box.... also there are fuses located in the engine compartment on most cars near the battery.... consider that it may be a relay as well if the fuses check out ok.

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