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Where is the fuse box located?

My turn signal lights aren't working. So i know that its a fuse...but i cant find the fuse box. My car is a 1998 chevy cavalier....can you help me?

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Inside the driver side door between the door and the dash, on the side of the dash there is a little door with fuses behind it.

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