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Checked the fuse box and diagram and didn't find a fuse or fuses that are protecting the circuits. Could be a relay and fuse combination? Any advice would be appreciated. Tried tapping a few off the relays on the fuse box without and success.
 

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sounds like fuse #5 (counting from left)...take it out and replace it even if it looks ok, just to be sure

clock is fuse #4 (normally!), but could be the wiring too, if fuse is good

The hazard relay is the one in the far right 2nd row (the brownish/black one with Lancia/Sipea written on it)
 

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Right i went to the electronic shop manual and it does say fuse 5. Can I just use a long nose pliers and pull? I'll have to order the relay.
 

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I just wiggle them out with my fingers...but yes if really stuck gentle use of longnose pliers might help, if you dont crack them

Get one of these little plastic fuse pullers...any shop should have them.

Don't buy a relay till you have checked the fuses (in fact check all of them)
the hazard relays are quite dear, 25 bucks over here in europe.
 

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Thanks ever so much... replaced the #4 and #5 fuse with the spares at the bottom of the fuse box. My old fingers needed the aid of a pliers that I used to gently remove the two fuses in question.
 
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