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1989 chev blazer s-10 turn signals not working changed bulbs,fuses,and blinker relay also tested emergency flashers they work also all other lights are working fine please advise thanks

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I would replace the turn signal switch. Have u done that already?

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Remove the pannal under the colum
the flasher for the turn signals is a box style relay
to the right of the e brake the first relay is the horn the
next one to it is the one u need to change.
anouther thing is the turn signal fuse my fuse was good but the contacts were spread apart and it would not get conection
so i finly got it fixed
godbless

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