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My Blinkers have ceased to work. I am baffled because my right rear break light is also not working. I replaced the break light bulb and still nothing. Also, I have checked all fuses and they are all fine. I check both fuse boxes (underneath the dash and underneath the hood). Puzzled and don't know what to do.

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In my experince with jeep look at where the bulb carrige twists into the lens its probaly broke where the contacts touch

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