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1996 Dodge 3500 I Have No Turn Signals Or Hazard Lights If I Press The Brakes & Try The Signal It Comes On the Opposite Side But Want Blink

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Check the 20 amp fuse if it's blown. This fuse is located in the power distribution box on the left hand side by the firewall. If the fuse is okay more than likely your multifunction switch needs to be replaced.

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