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Turn signals are not working

Signals work only when fliping up and down repeatedly while pressing the brakes
all fuses in dash and under hood are good
emergency flashers work fine

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  • j_lubitz1 May 11, 2010

    sorry only part of the question showed up the first time i looked my bad

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It sounds to me like you have a short somewhere in your wiring. I would first replace the turn signal switch and go from there. Have you added trailer brakes or anything which may have spliced into any wiring if so I would have anything that was added disconnected and then I would check lights, signals afterwards

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