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My directional signals on my 1999 jeep cherokee sport do not work though my emergency flashers do. I've replaced fuses. what could be the problem? also, does this model use a combination turn signal/hazardous light flasher relay or are each seperate? Where do I find each one?

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Turn signal relay switch. $15 part. located under driver steering colum

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