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Turn signals will not work

Turn signals won't blink but I don't think it is a fuse I replaced all mine I think it is somthing called a blinker cylinder located uner the dash on the drivers side but we can't seem to find it maybe you will have beter luck.

Ps I have 97 Sebring Lxi coupe

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This happened to my car too. the turn signals and the hazards werent working so i replaced the relay and that fixed the whole problem

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