Where to locat turn signal relay on a 06 mustang gt

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Asked by Jan 14, 2015 at 09:31 PM about the 2006 Ford Mustang GT Premium Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My rear right turn signal stopped working

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5,365

If the front signals and the left rear is working I would try to replace the bulb first.

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Yeah I cant I got the cervinis tail lights. And I just need to try the relay before they can send me a new one. So indeed to know where to locate the relay

5,365

Just go to www.cervinis.com and ask them and give them the model number of your lights. These lights take a heavier duty relay than the stock one

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I want to locate the turn signal relay?

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5,365

I know that, that is why I advised you to go to the company web site. You could also just call or go by your local Ford dealer and ask the service rep where it is .

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Do you know where it is?

5,365

No, I do not know EXACTLY where it is located. That is why I suggested you contact the dealer or the supplier. I would look for a yellow plastic small box directly above the gas pedal under the dash to start with.

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Hitman, were you able to figure this out?

6,615

Testing the turn signal relay was a trick question. The smart junction box has the relay built into it and is not serviceable. Or the bussed electrical connector fuses 59,63,67. that feed the sjb power.

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