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Left turn signal (front and back) are not working

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Those cars have a lot of problems with the signal switch, same thing one signal wont work, to test try putting signal on and slowly wiggle or pull back slightly and up and down while watch signal if it starts working then it a switch, also make sure hazard button is off, good luck, hope this helps.

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