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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should have two of the same part,one for the hazards,one for the turn signals
turn the signal lights on wither direction and listen for the sound follow it and you will find it.
If not look in three places two in the fuse box or aroung the general area,up on top of the steering colunmn and behind the glove box,sometimes you have to remove the inside glove box and it can be to the left of the hole,if you dont see it look harder and put your hand brhind the dash to feel for it,it sounds crazy I know.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for your help, Ben. I do appreciate the fact that you state they are indeed two separate relays. That was my main concern."
Replace both lights at the back of your car. The fact that you have steady non-flashing lights at the front and no lights at the back is a troubleshooting tool to let you know the back lights are bad.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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