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Indicator Lights and Stop lights no longer work

It was a very hot day and my 1992 Hyundai Excel Sprint stalled at the lights. It would not start for about a minute and then it did but the indicator lights and stop lights no longer work. I have checked the fuses in the fuse box and they all appear fine. It seems to be an electrical problem.

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Check the multi function switch on the collumn. this is the blinker switch. all lights are routed through this switch.

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