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Where is the flasher fuse located

Turn signal and emergency flashers don't work

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Eather under the hood, same side of ur car battery just a little above, its big plastic thing pull that off should be marked on plastic which is flasher fuse or check inside just a little left below ur steering wheel

Posted on Nov 15, 2012

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SOURCE: my turn signals and my emergency flashers went out

it sounds to me that your flasher went bad buy one and install it it should be under the dash somewhere.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: turn signals do not work

pretty sure its the same flasher for both check your fuses and also your blinker switch.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: turn signals

turn on the emergency flashers follow the clicking noise and that is where you will find it is the same relay for the right and left

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

chris quammen

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SOURCE: Turn signals not working

check bulbs

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

John P Schwantes Jr

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SOURCE: i drive a 2000 mitsu.

The emergency flasher switch is also the turn signal flasher It pops out of the dash and can be replaced easy. do chaeck the fuses before going to this much troble. check all the fuses as some work backup circuits that you wouldn;t think would be important. Before replacing the flasher switch ( you may only be able to buy it from the dealer) work the switch several times and the flashers will come on cheak to see if allthe lights work thenturn the flashers off and see ( with the key on if the turn signals now work. Now if during the test with the four way flashers you see a bulb or more out you know that the turn signals wouldn't work, but the four ways will. they work on different fuses so chak the turnsignal fuse too. after cycling the switch try the turn signals again as the switch is likly to stick and sometimes cycling it will get the turn signals working again. Fooling around with the switch you may find a position that the turn signals work. if you can't get it to stay working then you'll have to change the flasher emergency switch.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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