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Turn signals, rear deforst, and wipers stopped working

I have a 2004 sebring that has about 230,000 miles and still runs great except for a minor in most cases but if it is raining can be a big problem. One day my turn signals, wipers and rear defroster they just stopped working i have looked at the fusesin the boxes under the hood. I could use some advise please.

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This sounds like your body control module is bad.

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