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NO BLINKERS INSIDE OR OUT /FLASHER CLICKS WHEN APPIED ,SAME WITH HAZARDS/COMBO SWITCH OR NOT?

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Combination switch is the most likely culprit. I have seen a number of these fail in the same manner. Not always a cheap fix, but fairly reliable.

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