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My turn signals do not work on my 2000 Audi A4

My turn signals were only blinking a few times yesterday when I turned them on, then they stopped blinking, even though stick was still in the on position. Both sides had about the same problem. Now they are not working very much at all (maybe one blink when I turn either one of them on). Is there a part that operates both turn signals that I can try to replace, or does it sound like a more serious problem (i.e., electrical)? Thanks for any help you can give me.

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HI, this is a defective flasher relay. you will need to replace this relay asap. this will fix your issue.

The flasher relay is located behind the lower left side dash panel/knee bar.

  1. Remove the lower dash panel/knee bar to access the flasher relay.
  2. Remove the relay from the electrical connector and replace as necessary.

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There is a turn signal relay sometimes when they wear out this happens try replacing it. go to any advanced or auto zone and they should have one in stock. they are very inexpensive. if this does not fix the problem then you will need a mechanic to take a look at it to determine where the fault is.

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