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My turnsignals wont work, we've eliminated the switch as being the problem i need to know if and where the grounds maybe located and would this affect automatic foglights

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I had the same problem with turn signals and flashers. I fixed the problem with a replacement fuse under the dashboard on the right side of steering wheel. Approx part cost $65. a little difficult to get to with bigger hands but will not take long once locate it. Must remove bottom of dash to get to it. Good luck.

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I don't know what year your car is but if it is 1990 or
above it is air bag equiped this means the bag has to
be removed to pull the wheel,
If you have no experiance with air bags please consult somone who has it can be dangerous.
if you have any more ? gimme a buzz good luck

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