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Blinkers not working

I have a 1992 Isuzu Rodeo, V6 4-wheel drive Air cond. and the blinkers are not working, when I turn them on theres just a buzzing noise under the dash,what do I look for step by step? thank you! Eddie

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  • edwoods Dec 22, 2008

    I opened the fuse box which is just to the left of the steering wheel on the bottom of the control panel there was no round plastic piece there. What do I do next, I did take a flashlight and looled underthe dash ann did not see anything like you described!



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The buzzing sound is probably your relay. It is in your fuse panel and it is what controls how fast your blinkers flash. It is usually a round plastic thing in the fuse panel. and you replace it just as you would a fuse just pull the old one out and push the new one in

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