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The left directional siggnal is on as soon as car starts wont click off and right signal wont come on.Flashers work for both

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Find location of indicators/flasher relay h/book will indicate which relay or look at fuse box/relays cover underside ? it may have diagram? try another relay? and ensure contacts are clean where relay plugs in

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