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Right and left turn signals not working hazzard flasher's work. fuses appear to be good, location of turn signal relay unknown . this is son's vehicle

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Sounds like the flasher unit needs replacing , the hazzard circuit has its own flasher unit .

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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