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Turn signals dont work all gauges in dash dont work 1999 mitsubishi eclpise gsx

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The first thing you should check is your fuses and if they are alright replace your signal boxes. A signal box is like a big square box about 2.5cm square under your dash most likely mounted on your steering column or just next to it. I had the same problem with my 2001 vx commodore and it was the signal boxes.

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