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Right rear turn signal isnt working...i checked the bulb but it isnt burned out...dont have an owners manual to locate and identify relay switch

Right rear signal doesnt come on....i checked the bulb not burned out

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Check your fuse relay its probably just a burned out fuse i had the same problem not to long ago

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