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My 2000 Nissan Maxima is not working. My headlights work, my hazard lights work, but my turn signals will not work. A friend of mine checked the fuse, but nothing. What else could it be?

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In this cars, the FLASHER are unit independent for hazard and turn signal, replace it.

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