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TURN SIGNAL LIGHTS NOT WORKINING. I CHECKED THE FUSE, BUT ITS GOOD. THE BULBS ARE GOOD AS WELL. THEY BOTH WENT OUT AT THE SAME TIME. WHAT DO I DO?

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Hello alex 10299
Try a new flasher. The flasher is located in the power distribution ctr. under the radio behind the center of the dash. Hope this is helpful.

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