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1997 mercury marquis, no turn signals, fuse good, no voltage to ligt when engaged

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In the fuse panel, there is a large round object near the top of it. That is the "fasher" It is easily removed by pulling directly on it. It is a reasonaby priced piece.(less than $5.00and available at any part store). Replace that, and see if this will resolve the situation.

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