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I have a 95 buick century. the turn signals do not work, put in 2 prong flasher under dash, 4 way flasher works, check fuses and there is no break.

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The wires for the airbags usually have yellow tape on them, so watch out for those.

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If you have bought the car from a person they may have done some work on the steering column, If they did odds are they cut the wires instead of taking the time of feeding them up through the column. If this is the case a new wiring harness for it is only about 30 bucks, but you have to pull the steering wheel, be very carefull if you have airbags. all the work in changing that out is unplug the old one and tape a wire to the end pull it out and tape the new one to the same wire and pull it back through. I hope that helps.

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My blinkers sometimes dont work? looked at the fuse and it seemed okay but i replaced it anyway..seemed to work fine for a couple months now its doing it again...could it be an electrical problem or turn...


Try replacing the Flasher Relay. It has 2 relays, one for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. The one for the turn signals is located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, behind instrument panel, mounted on passenger side of steering column.
The hazard flasher is located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in top of convenience panel.
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Turn signal comes on,but doesn't blink;all 4 hazards work.


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