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Old 02-02-2006, 12:41 AM
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Question Turn Signal Flasher for my 64 ranchero

im gona cut to it, this has taken a long time and im so close to done on this car....and then i find out that my turn signals dont work, they did at one time when i had it, but now they dont. I replaced the fuses and still not working; so im ogna put the blame on the flasher. Can some one tell me where that is so i can replace it?
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it SHOULD be up behind the gauge cluster, next to the gauge constant voltage regulator, near the temp gauge.
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