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1998 dodge durango 5.3 V8 my left turn signal stopped working last week, then today, the right one went out. Wondering if there are any obvious things I could check myself before I head to a garage. I've tried changing the fuse, and still nothing.

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It's not a fuse it a round sensor still found under the dash change both of them. and ur problem is fixed.

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..........(back)
_____..........._____
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