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1999 Ford Explorer Turn Signals do not always work.

My turn signals do not always work. Some times when I make a turn, the arrow lights on the dash but does not flash. If I turn it off and on a few times, sometimes it flashes. Could it be the relay is faulty or do you think it is the turn signal switch?

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It is the turn signal flasher that is bad, it is a solid state electronic flasher, the old ones where mechanical and either worked or not, the solid state ones can work and then stop, see it allot, the flasher is a small plastic square, like a relay but a little bigger, it is under the dash to the rear of the dash (closer to the firewall) on the left of driver, points down.

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New indicator switch,,,,sorry for the extra work

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