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Blinkers not working

Are there 2 flasher fuses for blimkers. and i also heard it might be the switch where is this located.

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Depending on the car but most cars ive worked on have a fuse in the fuse panel for turn signals and all cars have a turn signal flasher either in the fuse panel or usually near it of course they will be round shaped. And yes there is a turn signal switch usually in the steering column not a fun job usually. If your headlights or dimmer or anything else is on the same switch then it will prob. be call a multifunctional switch at a parts store. You can go to www.autozone.com and click on repair guides and it is basically an online vehichle manual and it should tell you where your fuse or flasher would be.

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