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Turn signal flasher relay 09 JK Rubi.....

Does the 09 JK have an actual flasher relay that can be replaced? If so where is it located and how do you get to it? I hear the "clicking" like a flasher would do but it sounds like it is coming from the instrument cluster. I looked in the owners manual and see no mention of it which leads me to believe it might be a computer function of the EEC..any and all input will be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your time to read and reply.......Don
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The JK does not have a flasher you can change. The clicking is coming from a piezo speaker on the cluster board, I removed mine.


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The JK does not have a flasher you can change. The clicking is coming from a piezo speaker on the cluster board, I removed mine.
Are you freakin serious? Where is it located?

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Are you freakin serious? Where is it located?
Sorry I removed the door and oil change (dinger) reminder piezo. I dont remember which one is the turn signal piezo, but it is on the board.

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I had enough on one trail outing and did a dinger extraction in the field. remove the instrument cluster and take the back off of it the dinger is on the left side just grab it with a pair of pliers and twist.



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