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Replace the flasher under the dash near the fues's it is a small round canister. before you do turn the key on and turn on the left blinker then go outside and see if both bulbs are on on the left side, if it is then turn it on to the right side, if both light light up then it is the flasher, they cost about $8.00 for a good one.

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