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Directional light not working

No signal lights outside or inside

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Hello,

Try to check on the directional fuses if blown

  • then replace with recommended ratings
If directional fuse not blown,
  • then check for the flash unit, it could be blown as well.
If the both the fuse and flash unit are not blown, the check for the main supply of current for direction light.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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DO YOU GET A RAPID FLASHING INSIDE? IF NOT IT IS YOUR FLASHER JUST LIKE HE SAID...
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Check your flasher and replace it's only about $5.00 it's in with your fuse box the bigger (usually) silver round object

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