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I have replaced the blinker relay when i use my right blinker it works as soon as i turn the left or use the hazards it blows the fuses. not shure where to start to look

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Sounds like a bulb on the left side is shorting out. First, check the bulbs, if that isn't it, try using a continuity meter to test between the positive wires and the ground at the bulb socket.

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  • Mike Phillippi Jul 30, 2009

    Sounds like a bulb on the left side is shorting out. First, check the bulbs, if that isn't it, try using a continuity meter to test between the positive wires and the ground at the bulb socket.

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