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Turn signals won't work

The turn signals wont blink so figuring the flasher was bad i replaced it. to my surprise it had no effect. So why wont they work? fuse and bulbs are ok, whats left?

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You'll have to trace your wires back and see if there is a bad spot also make sure your using the right fuse

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