Question about Chrysler LHS
The fuse block is located behind the end cover at the left side of the instrument panel. If you pull the cover straight away from the panel you can access the fuses.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
Sorry i have no workshop manual for this model whatever it is ,but if you pull out all fuses over 10 amp then you will find the blown fuse if it is a fuse issue it could be the flasher unit has broke and its located under the steering shroud on the operating switch close to the steering column ,try the hazard switch first as if the hazards are not working then i would look at the fuse next but often teh hazard switch packs up and the hazards will work but the indicators dont
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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