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where is the flasher module located?

gonna be getting some led bulbs, and wanna upgrade the flasher so i dont hyper flash.
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it's the blue thing...

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i always wondered where it was. its not a different for him because his is an 06 though right?
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i always wondered where it was. its not a different for him because his is an 06 though right?

I know '04 is in the same location...and 04+ is the same electrical system...so it should be in the same location.
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ok, just making sure
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I know they changed a little bit of electrical in 07 or 08 but the location should be the same. Normally they just change wire colors, 04 was a big one where they went from a GEM to SJB but I don't think they did that in 07 or 08.
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Whats "GEM" and "SJB"?
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I know '08 interior fuse panel is in the passenger kick panel now. lol. In the regular location on the driverside of the dash, on at least an 08, it's got the removable panel...but nothing behind it. lol.
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Thats where my 04 is too...lol
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Whats "GEM" and "SJB"?
Um GEM is general electrical module...maybe? I dont remember lol

SJB is smart junction box though.
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Thats where my 04 is too...lol
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sweet its pretty easy to access then

on my grand prix it was RIDICULOUS!
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