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01 jeep wrangler,2.5,5 speed.no turn signals or e-flasher.fuse behind glove box is good,replaced flasher in steering colum.is there another fuse or relay?i do not have the owners manual.

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Yes, there is a 20 amp fuse (#7) in the engine compartment relay box.

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