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95 lumina turn signals

I have a 95 lumina and yestersday, the turn signals quit working. The hazards dontwork either. I replaced the blinker box thing under the drivers side dash. They still dontwork. The bulbs are new and when i try to turn on the turn signal, there is no noise like when the turn signal blinks. help please.

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Make sure you replaced the correct directional light relay, and not the hazard relay. Check all fuses. check grounds at rear lights. If all of the following are good, your lumina would have a faulty multifunction switch.

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It may be a fuse, check the fuses under the dashboard in the passanger side.

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