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Where is the hazard flasher unit on a 1998 Mercury Marquis?


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2009-10-08 19:19:26
2009-10-08 19:19:26

i believe that the Hazard Flasher Unit for a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis is behind the left side of the instrument panel


The fuse block you are looking for should be behind the knee bolster (the trim panel under the steering column), between the steering column and the emergency brake lever, underneath the dash.

Lay on your back with your legs hanging out of the driver's side door, put your head against the brake pedal, and look up and to the right. ;)

I don't remember right off the top of my head if there are separate flashers for the turn signals and the hazard lights, but they should look almost identical. Round, silver or blue or black, and about the size of a half-dollar.

TIP: If you are replacing the flasher, go with the upgraded electrical flasher (or the heavy duty) rather than the standard one.

try this:
In my 1999 there is no flasher unit instead it has a light control module (LCM) under the dash to the right of the steering column. It is plastic black box 3"x5"x2" and pricey ($500+).
The hazard switch is part of the turn signal, dimmer and wiper control - called a multi function switch. It is IN the steering column and price is about $50. This might be for you. (10/09)

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