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My 98 voyager's signal lights stopped working, all the fuses and relay are good is it the switch

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Did you check for a bad flasher unit. the relay is just to the right of the emergency pedal, on the upper side of firewall. it is on the top right corner of junction box, and it is a 9 prong one.

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