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Headlights and turn signals

When the Hazard lights switch is in the on position the front andlights both work ok. But when the headlight sw is pulled to the on position the turn signals and the hazard lights go off. They have so far replaced the headlight sw and the dimmer sw? but have't been able to find the problem, Could it be in the turn signal sw? They don't have a diagram .

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Make sure to have a good grown going to the hazard light that seems to be the problem

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