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Turn signals not working on 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Turn signals not workong on 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Checked fuses under hood and under driver side. Replaced flasher last year. They worked interemident until last week. Then both left and right have stopped.

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Replace the turns signals flasher unit.

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The problem is that the solder joints in the flasher break.
I had to take a few apart to prove this but here is the proof.
Two solutions...
No1Expensive, replace the flasher.
No2 Cheaper, remove and open the flasher without breaking it. Thin knives help. Soler the bad connections of the pins to the circuit board.
Photo included.
You can see the crack in the pin near the middle of the pic. To little solder and bad joint.
Just use real lead electronics solder. 63/37 lead tin. Hard to find but the Chinese will sell it to you on eBay shipped to USA. The lead free stuff is junk.
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