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Turn signal not working properly 88 new yorker

I have a 1988 Chrysler new yorker the passenger side turn signals work fine but the drivers side do not I have replaced all the bulbs, but still nothing....any sugestions

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Check the flasher some Chyrs have split circuit when flasher goes bad it will effecy one side more than other.

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