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My bturn signals wont work and abs and brake light stays on the dash??

I replaced blown fuse now brake lights work but no turn signal still, theres a silver and clear relay in underdash relay panel, how do I know which one to test or replace??

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You may have a defective turn signal switch.The brake light circuit also runs through that switch.

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