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Blinker and lighter

We have had this car for quite a while and I love it. Except that our right/left turn signals do not work all the time. I know that it was a recall thing but we could not find anyone to fix it. We also have the lighter out and that was no biggie except we use it for I pods, and DVD player...Very inconvient...

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If there is a recall on it, take it to a dealer, they have to fix it, no if's and but's about it.

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