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I have a 2000 Corvette with a turn signal problem. The right front and rear turn signals work fine. The left rear turn signal works but the left from turn signal and runnign light do not. Also, where is the other fuse panel located other than under the hood just forwad of the battery. Thanks for any help you can come up with.

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    where is the fuse for the turn signals

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Under the dash on the drivers side should be the other one... as that is a fiberglass body... check all the grounds on the offending lights to make sure they are making contact

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