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Right blinker works, but left one doesn't work at

In my 1997 mitsubishi eclipse, the right blinker works, but left one doesn't work at all. when I put the fuse in for the hazard lights, both flash, but when turned off, the right blinker won't turn off.

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Either check for voltage at the blinker and also check for left blinker fuse . NO voltage at connector there is an open in wire replace try to find the open torn insulator or wire being exposed.

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