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Blinkers not working

Blinkers on my 1994 stopped working, I check fuses and changed bulbs in back, what am I missing. Also how do I get to the blinker bulbs in the front of the car?

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Check your wire harness with a voltmeter and check to see if all wires have power. If that doesn't work check your ground wire's.

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