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Old 06-29-2010, 01:22 PM   #1
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Smile Hazard Flasher not working

We have a 1999 Dolphin and the 4-way hazard lights don't work. Everything else ok, turn, stop, etc. Changed out the turn flasher with no luck. Could there be a seperate flasher for the Hazard? Where? Thanks
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Some vehicles use a separate flasher for turn signals and another one for emergency 4 way flashers. I'm sure you already checked the fuses. Since that is a different circuit from turn signals. Where there may be a different flasher? Not sure. I don't know your vehicle. Hope someone else can chime in.
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Yes there is a seperate flasher for the hazards.
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Yes there is a seperate flasher for the hazards.
HI, Where might the hazard flasher be located?
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I don't know about yours for sure but on my 05 model it was tied up with the wiring under the dash.
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