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99 jeep cherokee how do i fix the turn signals so that they work again?my husband reconnected the wire under the dashboard and both signals were working and now they have stopped. My husband is not here now to help me out with this so if anyone can give me an idea where to start i would appreciate it.

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Replace the flasher it should be on the driver side of the steering column

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