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Flasher Relay location

Where is the flasher relay located. Pictures would be appreciated.
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Re: Flasher Relay location

Thank you, sir. I spent nearly an hour looking and couldn't find it. Can I drive with it out? Obviously my signals won't work.
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Re: Flasher Relay location

My turn signals flash really fast :/ would that be a flasger relay problem also?
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Re: Flasher Relay location

Yes it would, I have yet to see if using a LED compatible flasher relay will work, a load resistor will work though.

Do you know the type? EP27L?
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