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1997 jeep grand cherokee laredo - no turn signals.

When I turn on a turn signal I get get no lights at all never mind flashing. Is there a flasher relay?
Where is the flasher relay if there is one? Could the problem be with the directional switch on the steering colum?

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  • rgpnm Mar 14, 2009

    have turn signals just that left blinks realy fast and the right is ok

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    no turning signals at all also fuses are all good

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Check your fuses the turn signal fuse could be blown.

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