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2004 wrangler blinker problem

My 2004 jeep wrangler's blinker quit working, my brother n-law has checked all wires they all come up working, I even changed the turn switch. does anyone have any suggestions on what else i can try to see what the problem is? I also changed the fuses,flasher ect. when i would use the turn signal they would work then stop working so basically they would blink a few times then stop. then they suddenly just stopped working all togeather. I also used my emergency flashers alot becuase I am a mail carrier so possibly using the flashers caused something?

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What other problem did you have before the signals quit? Something that stopped all functions from the signals has to be either a feed or ground IF the flasher is good. Signals feed. Hot wire from the flasher 1 and it should blink underload, but not with a test light or DVM. In other words using a test light the flasher wire should be powered steady. All the rest of the switch is switchable. You should also get a hot wire when the brake pedal is pushed. Check for power at the brake switch,key off.

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