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1985 Mustang GT Convertible Turn signals don't work

Neither the left or right turn signal come on when I use them. They don't come on in the dash and none of the turn signal lights come on the outside of the car. I replaced the turn signal switch in the steering column. I replaced the fuse, and the turn signal flasher in the fuse box. All parts were brand new, the correct parts and done the correct way according to the Chilton repair guide. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: Where is the fuse box in a 1985 Ford Mustang GT convertible

the fuse box is located at the bottom of steering column cover

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