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All of my turning signals have suddenly quit working. I put the signal to turn left, and there is no sound, nor is there a blinker outside. I am assuming it is a computer problem, but I don't know. Help please.

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  • carolstew770 Apr 15, 2009

    Thanks so much for your reply.


    The hazards do turn on.  


    I don't know anything about cars... so, please tell me specifically where I should check for the fuse.  


    Thanks again!


    Carol

  • carolstew770 Apr 15, 2009

    What do you mean when you say check the fuse.  I have located the fuse box and diagram.  What should I be looking for when I am "checking" the fuse?  You said that if the hazard lights work, then I should just take it into the dealership to check the computer, and forget worrying about the fuse?  Or, is the fuse something I can deal with on my own?  Sorry to be so uneducated.  Thanks

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First check fuse and flasher. Check fuse first. Then to test flasher try hazzard lamps. If hazzard lamps flash than it is an probably a problem with your cars computer. If hazzards don't flash than replace flasher. If it is a computer problem it will have to be put on computer/scanner and be tested.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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    Nate Stansfield Apr 15, 2009

    the fuse would be in the fuse panel usually located under the dash. There should be a fuse diagram attached to glove box or in your owners manual

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    Nate Stansfield Apr 15, 2009

    Sorry.. to check if the fuse is good or not, pull it out, look inside the fuse, there will be a metal stip. If the strip is broken in the middle than it is bad, if the metal stip is connected all the way across than it is good.

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