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Both turning signals are not working

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Generally speaking there are usually two causes. The first is a bad Signal Lamp Flasher unit. In older cars it was under the dash and was round about the diamer of a silver dollar. In newere vehicles it is likely under the hood on the drivers side where the fuzes are located. This is the most likely problem, and they are cheap.
The second most likely problem is a bad ground connection, and unless you have some electrical experience (basic) take it to an automotive electrician.

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