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Blinker issues Blinkers will not work when using the lever, but light up when I turn on the emergency lights. No owners manual and am unaware of which fuses to check.

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  • camradrod Feb 13, 2009

    the emergency lights work but no lights on dash colum or outside when i apply blinckers

  • mrgtrman2006 Feb 27, 2009

    What if I replaced the flasher unit and replaced the lever on the steering column and It still don't work ?? I am frustrated at this moment..

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Probably the signal flasher or fuse or both.Should be a map in owners manual or on cover under dash, or under hood.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Jan 14, 2009

    Better yet have a look down the steering column, by diagnostic connector.

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