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Hazard light don't work

Locate hazard switch?

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The hazard switch is located in the middle of the dashboard, above the radio. If has stopped working, you can order a replacement here:

SWITCH HAZARD DASHBOARD SWITCHES for Mazda Tribute 2001 2006 EC01664H0B

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