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My turn signal stoped working i brought a square type fuse or relay but i cant find where the darn thing is suppose to go..

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  • madismom238 Jan 05, 2009

    My left turn signal stopped working, then started working intermittently. My battery was bad, I had it replaced and the turn signal has worked since. Was the bad battery likely the cause?

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Look under the hood. there shall be a small black box with fuses labeled on the cover on the drivers side. then take your owners manual and figure out which relay it is and make sure they match. then replace if they do match.

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