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Check flasher fuse...check light bulbs. otherwise turn signal witch may be broken.

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My signal are working well outside but dose not indicate on the datch board car nissan altima 2003


There is a Relay usually in the interior Fuse Panel under the Dash for the Turn signal that's where the clicking noise comes from also when your turn signals are on, I suspect you have a bad Relay or even a Fuse. Its unlikely the bulbs simultaneously went out in the Dash. So check your fuses and the Turn Signal Relay.

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try turning on the hazards, if they work then it is probably the signal flasher gone bad. these are 2 different flashers they look the same. you didn`t say what car/year you have so I can`t tell you were it would be located. if the hazards don`t work check fuse if this is good then it could be the turn signal switch that is bad.

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