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Left turn signal not working when first starting up

My left turn signal does not work when I first start up the car until about 20 minutes into the drive and then it usually works fine for the rest of the day. Already replaced bulbs, that didn't help. Any help would be appreciated.

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Your light relay is bad, it might have loose conection, or sensor went bad, that is why after 20 minutes it start

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