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My inside turn signals as stop working - 1991 Lincoln Town Car

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If the turn signals are still working on the outside, you may have to replace the indicator lights on the inside of the dashboard. If you are unfamiliar with working with dashboards, take it to a mechanic. If you are willing to risk ruining your dashboard, you may try the information from the following link. (Ignore the part about the odometer gears, without those steps, it gives the right information.)

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