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Flasher Relay location

Signals and hazard lights do not work on my 2000 F350. Fuse is good. Believe it might be the flasher relay. Book does not show where it is located. I cannot find it under the dash. Anybody know where it is located ? Thanks.
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The relay is located behind the ashtray and twords the steering colum. The flasher and the 4 way flasher are back there. They are a real pain to get at.
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I just put a flat bed on my truck and put all LED lights in. Now they blink real fast haha. They make no load relays. Now to find them.
I have not looked too hard yet. But if they are behind the ashtray, it cant be fun and easy lol

Too bad that video is set to private

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Pull the panel off by your knees and look above the accelerator pedal. They are in a little black box, turn your hazards on and follow the sound.

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