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I have a 1999 mercury moutianeer the turn signal cruse controll navagational lights stoped working all at the same time I checked all fuses they are all good. can you help me on what might be the problem

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We had the same problem. It has to do with the wires under the steering column. It also happened to a taurus we had. We lived with it by putting the tilt at full up and they would work. Sometimes even hitting the bottom of the steering will worked. Then stopped working all together, finally opened up the panel moved around the pinched wires and voila!

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