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Running lights work,brake lights work, turn signals will not work on my 69 dodge charger. even if i flick turn signal arm by hand. left or right

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  • honeysuckle5 May 10, 2010

    thanks for the info. another issue on my 69 charger, my 3 amp fuse circut has no current flow. fuse is good. all other fuse circuts are working. also where can i find my turn signal flasher.i presume it would be under left dash.



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Turn signal fuse or flasher bad

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