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Where is the turn signal flasher relay located?

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The flasher module is located behind the left side of the dash. (See Picture below)
On your vehicle, the power for both the turn signals and the hazard flashers goes through the hazard switch.
The symptoms you are describing can be caused by the flasher module, however, it could also be caused by the hazard switch.

Please also review this article: What Else Could Be Wrong?



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Your car isn't like the old kind of flasher relays. You have a flasher module and below is a picture of its location. I hope this helps.

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Posted on Nov 11, 2011

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