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Old 04-17-2007, 10:05 PM   #1
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You can not hear the blinker in my 98 unless all the vents are off along with the radio. I cant count how many times I would be driving around with hazards on because I forgot to turn them off. How do I fix this? No blinker fluid jokes
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jokes i dont know what ya talkin about!!! its not a joke make sure the fluid is at the max level!!!!

on a side note if its buggin ya that much change out the flasher relay... there not expensive..
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Where is this relay located?
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Yeah... They're under the dash. One is clipped to the column.
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Agreed, it the flasher is too quiet, it can be replaced for a louder one.

Not a joke... but you should probably consider checking your gauges more often. What if a check engine light was flashing right next to the hazards or blinker because you lost all coolant and your car was overheating?
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I blew the head gaskets on my 90 Sunbird because I didn't notice the Check Gauges light. But yeah, a louder blinker would help, but be sure to take a look at something other than your speed once in a while.
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