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I had the ignition replaced and now my blinkers do not work I see a wire under the panel hanging but do not know if this is the problem or where it should go I am sure it happen when they changed the ignition switch

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Take it back to the shop that replaced the switch. They should recheck their work and maybe didnt reconnect it, sometimes it happens.

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