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Where do I find the flasher relay on my 2004 Toyota Avalon? Both left and right turn signals and the hazard lights all stopped working at the same time.

Both turn signals and the hazard lights all stopped working at the same time; but randomly, they'll all start working again for several minutes. Then they all fail again. Not a fuse issue.

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It will be under the dash somewhere near the steering column. Turn on hazard blinker and feel under dash.

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