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Turn signals and wipers quit working on 2002 C 240.

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  • MWilson15 Aug 10, 2008

    Fuses are fine, not sure about the lever, will have to have dealer look at I guess.

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Check for blown fuses-also,the lever that controls these might be defective-

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