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Blinkers stoped working

My 1998 sl saturn blinkers stoped working. The front and back or inside the car stoped working.

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I had the same problem on my 1998 saturn sl1....... the flasher fuse is located beside your right leg on the drivers side at the bottom neer the floor. You can buy the flasher for $14 to $20 . It's square and has 3 prongs on it.

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Please check to make sure that it isn't your flasher fuse. You may have the ability to exchange it with your emergency flasher unit. Turn on your emergency flasher to locate where this unit is installed under your dash. Make sure that the e-flasher unit and turn signal unit can be interchanged. If you are confident that they can be switched, go ahead and see if that solves your problem.

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