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Q: If my turn signals only blink a couple of times does this mean it's my flasher? on 2002 Dodge Intrepid

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I am copying and pasting information as it it appears in our repair database. It offers no diagrams or photos of location. Discription of location is not too clear to the average person. Its a good clue that it mentions the junction block. That is at the fuse panel area on left end of dash panel.
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Junction Block
Junction Block is located in the left endcap of the instrument panel.

The Combination Flasher, also refered to as the combo-flasher, is mounted to the in-line bracket which is located to the right of the Junction Block. The flasher can be removed by pulling in a rearward direction. The left under panel silencer duct must be removed to access the flasher. The combo-flasher is black in color for ease of identification.

The Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Flasher is combined into one unit called a Combination Flasher (Combo-Flasher). The combo-flasher controls the flashing of the hazard warning system and the turn signal system. An inoperative bulb or incomplete turn signal circuit will result in an increase in flasher speed.

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