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The blinkers work sometimes and not at others. we

I have a 1999 plymouth grand voyager. the turn signals work decide not to work sometimes. we never know when they are going to work or when they're not. we replaced the relay and still have the problem. the emergency signal works. what could be wrong?

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The mechanism in the steering column sounds like its greased up or worn out on the treminals within it!
replace the unit s they are not worth repairing ! [ labour costs]
Cheers Rob.

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