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None of my blinker are working and the fuse is good

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Try the emergency blinkers and see if they work. If so the fasher relay is GOOD. Then turn th eleft blinkers on and grasp the hazard switch and push pull it side to side, if that gets it working you will need a Turn Signal Switch.

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