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Hello, my blinkers on my 99 Prizm don't blink...they just stay lit when I hit the switch. Same with the hazards--lights go on but do not blink. Guy at the auto shop said it might be my "flasher"...a small component costing around 10 or 15 dollars. Does this sound right? Thanks for the help, Peter.

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Sounds right to me.

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