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Turn signals Hi, Thanks so much for the fuse#- My husband removed 2 fuses the other day trying to find the power antenna fuse- #10 happened to be one that he removed. Now my turn signals (and a few other minor things don't work) He is now out of town!! Do you think he blew the fuse or should I just make sure he put them back properly???? Any help would be much appreciated I am a nervous wreck having to drive back home from work today!!!!

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Go to this website:
http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/default?page=genuineService

Pick owner guides from the left task bar.
Input your behicle info then pick get owner guide.
Pick owner guide 1st printing and then go to page 138. This is where your fuse infomation begins.
Maybe this will help you find out if the fuses are in the correct places. You have 2 fuses boxes on this vehicle. One is in the side of the dash on the driver's side and one under the hood.
There are 2 fuses for the turn signals and both are located in the interior fuse panel. They are no. 10(7.5 amp) and no. 21(15amp)

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