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Help I don't know how to change a fuse for my blinkers..

What fuse goes to the blinkers? front,back, left, right blinkers do not work, the lights are on but they dont blink when i use the turn signal on either side. Is this a fuse thats out? The bulbs are working. Any help would be very appreciated.

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Usually A relay switch works the blinkers, You can even hear it click as the blinker blinks. These are usually under the dash close to the steering wheel.

You should find your fuse box Diagram, And look over the fuse labels. Since you failed to post the Make model and year of your vehicle We can't help you on that.

Has anyone recently done anything to the car? if so it could be a minor wiring problem, or even a blown fuse. To shoot a relay fuse it almost has to be done manually since the primary coil hardly shoots them, a relay fuse doesn't normally shoot. It could also be a faulty blinker control switch on your stirring colume.

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