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No signal lights.i replaced the white flasher cube located next to the hazard flasher below the fuse box. I dont have a fuse box cover with the diagram of which fuse is which. Can the problem be just a fuse? If so which one?

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Could be a fuse. To get the diagram register for free at www.autozone.com After you've registered you can access a variety of vehicle manuals, most with easy to understand diagrams.

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    can you give me the number of the fuse for my turn signal

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There are two flashers in that car one is located on the fuse box witch is the Hazard lights. The other is harder to get to. first you must pull the dash apart around and under the stereo. Then you must reach a couple of fingers back into the metal a few inches down from the radio. It is clipped to the frame very hard to find. hope this helps.

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