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You have a short somewhere in the blinker wiring.

You could try unpluging the blinkers connector under the dash and ohming each leg to see which one is open. Then you will need to run down that leg and find the break in the wire to fix it. Hopefully it's near one of the ends and not buried in a wheelwell or running board.

Good luck and be safe!

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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