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Signal lights my signal lights usta work, but now they don't work. i have no idea what it could be. i check all my fuses on the passenger side and they are fine, even inside the hood and is fine .

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    My turn signals work most of the time, but occasionally they do not. What would cause this problem?



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Check the flash light accesor; this info can be help you:
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Its the multifunction switch gone bad

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