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My hazards in my 1997 camaro rs work, but the back and front turn signals dont. The lights for the signals dont work in the dash either, just the lights for the hazards

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Check the signal flasher ( little silver or colored can in fuse panel or under dash. 4 ways have 1 flasher and the signals have a seperate flasher. Put hazards on to hear click, to determine which flasher is which. Hope this helps

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