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Left turn signal doesn't work, but the hazard flashers work. Bulbs have been replaced in the back and it stills doesn't work. Should I change the front bulbs out in order for them to work at all.

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I had the same problem with my 97' accord. There is a fuse box by the break pedal, in that fuse box there is a fuse dedicated to turn signals. It is probably burned out. Once you change that you should be all set. Hope it works out.

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