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Why don't the turn signals blink on my 1996 buick century?

All turn signal lights, front and back, light up however. They just don't blink

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This means you have a faulty relay. The relay is what causes the light to blink. They are usually a black plug that is in one of the fuse boxes, usually the one under the hood

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