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My turn signals and 4 ways don't work on my 95 talon

When i go to turn my signals on they will click but not work. They don't work on the dash board or either front or back of the car. My 4 ways don't work either. Any ideas?

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    ray calhoun May 11, 2010

    play with your 4 way switch to see it this helps. some times they get a bad connection

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Check the fuse in your fuse box. Refer to your manual. If the fuse is fine turn your signal on, with the radio off, and listen for a clicking sound from the fuse box. If there is no sound it could be your signal relay. It is located at your fuse box. Your local auto store should carry this item and may assist you in changing it.

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