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Can't find the flasher relay????

Hi everyone I'm new here and hoping someone can help. I Gabe no signals or hazards. I picked up a flasher relay but can't find where to put it. I Have been told its under the dash.... andI have looked but I don't see where I need to Put it. If anyone can help it would be very much appreciated
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I forgot to say it's a 99 intrepid....
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Check in the fuse panel on the drivers side of the dash. You can see the cover for it when you open the drivers door.
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Check in the fuse panel on the drivers side of the dash. You can see the cover for it when you open the drivers door.
I thought the Flasher Relay was above the brake pedal under the dash?
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It's not in there. From what I have been told its some where under the dash but I can't find it it has 5 prongs... but I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. I am so lost.
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What symptoms are you having? No turn signals at all? Turn signals light but don't flash? Both sides?
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That's where I thought it was but I can't seem to find it under the dash. I could really use some guidance
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I have no turn signals or hazards, but all other lights work
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So the turn signals/hazards don't light at all? Could be a fuse. There are two. Fuse 9 in the panel at the drivers end of the dash under the panel. It's a 10 amp fuse. The other is in the Power Distribution Center in the engine compartment on the drivers side. It's Fuse O 20 amp. The covers at both of those locations have a diagram of which fuse is which.
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This is the part I picked up. They checked the rest of the fuses and they were all good
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The flasher is on a panel above the brake pedal under the dash. You'll probably have to just about lay on the floor and look up to see it.
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So I rechecked the fuses that the Napa guys had checked and they are all good
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Rombo can you tell me what to look for. I have been looking and I can't seem to find what I'm looking for
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I don't have any pictures. The relay is above the brake pedal under the bottom of the dash. It's on a panel with some other relays.
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Do you know if its black or orange?
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