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My turn signal stop blinking

I have a relay and I am trying to find where it gos.

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  • efmendez6 Dec 08, 2008

    need to know how to find the relay for my 1991 buick century

  • farahmg73 Dec 23, 2008

    91 buick century turn signal doesn't come on at all, where is the fuse box and which fuse is it??????????

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Drivers side under dash either in the fuse box or just hanging under there .

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