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Turn signals When I turn on the turn signals the th lights come on front and rear but the signals will not flash. The hazzard flashers work fine. both sides turn on but won't flash. Installed a new flasher pot but that didn't help

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Sounds like a ground problem. check your blinker ground connections

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