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Sounds like you have a blown fusible link ,near battery/relay center.did this happen all at once?was the car jump started before this happened ,possibly crossed jumper cables which can burn out heavy fusible links(which feed your fuse box ++
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a flasher unit that could be bad.It is quite inexpensive and should be located in the area of the fuse box inside the car.There are actually 2 of them,one for the turn signals,and one for the emergency or 4 way flashers.Both should be round,and silver in color.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
SOURCE: fuse for turn signal
I ACTUALLY HAD MY FRIEND TAKE A LOOK AT THE PLASTIC PART WHERE THE FRONT TURN SIGNAL LIGHT CONNECTS... HE ADVISED ME THAT THERE IS A BAD CONNECT AND THAT ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS CLEAN THE METAL AROUND THE PRONGS ON THE BLACK PART OF THE ACTUAL LIGHT BULB THAT YOU PLUG IN ... YOU ALSO NEED TO PUSH THE LITTLE METAL PRONGS INSIDE OF THE WHITE SOCKET BACK UP SO THAT THEY CREATE A TIGHTER/SNUG FIT FOR THE BLUB WHEN PLUGGED BACK IN.... I HAVEN'T HAD ANY ISSUES SINCE HE FIXED THIS FOR ME ... AND MY 2 FRONT SIGNALS BEFORE THIS HADN'T WORKED FOR ALMOST A YEAR....
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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