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Turn signals not working on 97 mercury Marquis

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Sounds like the multi-function switch (I assume wipers, and dimmer still works).
Its about a $100 part from Ford, most jobbers won't carry this part, but you might get lucky if you call ahead.

The trickiest part of the fix is removing the key tumbler from the right side of the steering column. The rest of the job is quite straight forward. Shouldn't take more than an hour.
Good Luck
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Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: turn signal don't work or the flashers?

you should check the wirering

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SOURCE: turn signals dont work brake lights dont work

You didn't mention your rear brake lights. If they don't work either then you probably have a bad light control module (LCM). This is a common problem with big Fords. You can buy a replacement part ($250) or have yours rebuilt (www.autoecu.com). The module is located under the dash to the right of the steering column and is fairly easy to replace.
Do the turn signals work? If not it may be the turn signal switch. The aftermarket parts are cheaper than a Ford factory part; check the guarantee before deciding.
Worse case scenario? You need both parts.

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Bulbs or Bady GROUND

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SOURCE: How do I replace the front turn signal bulb

unscrew the headlight bezzle (there are four or six screws) pull the bulb casing out, twist out the old bulb and insert the new one.

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It's time consuming. you have to drop the whole dashboard and steering colum in order to get to the heater core. In a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the hardest, i say it's an 8.

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