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How do you change the blinker module on a 1999 jeep cherokee

Turn signal won't work at all. used to come on and not blink. now nothing. Help please

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This is a blinker relay. It is usually shaped, on a Jeep, like a cylinder and in some cases like a square. It is located under the driver dash usually within the fuse panel. It simply pulls out, usually with a bit of extra force. Read the part number off to your local parts house and they will have it in stock 9 times out of 10. Simply replace and align all of the pins, push firmly into place and the blinker should be restored to normal. *Be sure to check all of your bulbs because blown bulbs will also cause undesired blinker flashing or lack thereof. Hope this helps, good luck!

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