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My turn signals do not work but my hazards do. I'm told to check my fuse box but clueless on where to locate it.

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There are actually 3 fuseboxes. Under the hood is the power distribution with breakers and fuses. The other 2 are on both sides of the dashboard. Access is thru removable covers after the front doors are opened.
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the link here will tell you what the fuse are and what each one does.

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