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I have a '97 Blazer, the turn signals will not operate, fuse looks good, signal lights don't come. 4 ways work fine, assuming bulbs are ok. Is there another fuse somewhere to check????

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You have a bad multi functional switch on the column. i have a 97 jimmy that did the samething. i had to replace the whole switch.

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