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My 98 continental's turn and emergency flashers do not work, fuses ok.

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  • b_swaine Nov 17, 2009

    I couldn't find it on the car, do you no where?

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Sounds like the flasher relay went bad on you. Replace flacher relay.

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there is a relay which connects turn indicator and the emergency flashers which is provided for the timing of the flash.this timer relay may got burnt or damaged. even though the fuses are OK the turn indicators wont work. please check this.

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