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Tempermental Flashers 97 Jeep Wrangler All of a sudden my flashers and turn signals dont work then they work then hours later they wont checked fuses and had a garage check flashers. What else could the problem be ??????

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Itsounds like they are shorting out . you will need to follow the wiring for your signals and look for a wire that is shorting out, and be sure to check the ground wires as well.

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