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Location of fuses

Trying to find out what fuse i need to change for my turn signals.when useing my turn signals i have none. the light on the dash doesn't even come on. nothing.

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It is fuse #7 it is a 15 Amp, the fuse is blue in color.

The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal.
Remove the fuse panel cover to access the fuses.

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