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Turn signals stopped working but hazards and everything else does. checked fuses they are good. could it be the relay fuse?

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Don't think so but could be. My guess is the turn signal switch

Posted on Apr 19, 2015

Testimonial: "checked the relay switch under dash by fuse box. its good. still no turn signals."

  • Richard Faber
    Richard Faber Apr 19, 2015

    bad switch

  • Richard Faber
    Richard Faber Apr 19, 2015

    being hazard lights work I didn't suspect the relay because turn signals and hazard work off it. the switch is bad not sending signal to activate

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