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Turn signal and emergency flashers don't work even after changing relay

No lights or clicking for both

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  • Garry Fairbrother Jan 18, 2013

    Checked bulbs and they are OK. Could I have two bad relays?

  • FRANK Jan 18, 2013

    yes its a possibillity,save money and go to the nearest junk yard and find the same kind of car and take the relays and save sum money at the same time and try that : )

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Sometimes the problem is a bulb is burnt out so check them all ,becomes if one dont work the power suppy wont reach the others : )

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