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After driving/start/stop: Engine fully heated; the flashers are now coming on and I can't get them to stop. Pushing the flasher button will not stop them.
After the car cools down, I am able to press the button and get them to stop.
Is there a fuse for the flashers?
 

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After driving/start/stop: Engine fully heated; the flashers are now coming on and I can't get them to stop. Pushing the flasher button will not stop them.
After the car cools down, I am able to press the button and get them to stop.
Is there a fuse for the flashers?
Try pulling the negative battery cable from the battery for about 15 minutes. That has been known to reset some of these weird electrical problems.
 
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