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I have a 92 lumina. The turn signals dont work.

I have a 92 lumina. The turn signals dont work. The switch was just repaired 8months ago and i don't think thats it. The hazard lights work so i think the flasher is ok. Any ideas would be great.

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The hazard lights has it's own flasher, change the flasher for the turn signals and see if that works. To find out which flasher it is, put on the hazard lights, and put your finger on the flashers, which ever one you don't feel clicking is the turn signal one.

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