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The flasher does not operate but all the lamps do light?
Have you changed any of the lamps?
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OK then it is just the flashers that are not working.
The flasher unit is in the back of the passenger compartment fuse panel as shown in the diagram below
You will have to change it out to see if that is your problem.
You have not replaced any bulbs/lamps?
The flasher has a pair of catches on the sides that have to be released to allow it to pull out of the fuse box. This is a dealer only part.
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The same flasher runs both functions so the flasher is the common part in this situation.
If you replace the flasher unit you should heave normal operation.
Have you replaced any lamps or bulbs??
You question is garbled please repost it
I said the passenger fuse block which is under the left end of the dashboard. If you find the fuse panel on the left end by removing the trim piece with the door open the flasher is on the back of that panel as shown in the diagram I posted.
For the 4th time I am asking this question because it is important, Have you changed any of the lamps or the bulbs??
Ok it is important as changing to LED lamps will cause the flasher not to flash so I wanted to be sure you had a problem with the flasher and not the lamps.
Find the fuse block and remove/replace the flasher from the back and your lights should operate normally again.
The fuse block is on the left end of the dash, open the drivers door and remove the panel on the end of the dash, you will see the fuses. Go under the dash and you will see the back and the flasher. It is not easy to get out of the block there are two catches on the sides of the flasher that have to be released.
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