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Turn signal fuses? My front turn signals are not working, the rear ones are flashing quickly. The bulbs are good in the front, which makes me think it might be a fuse issue. I cannot locate which fuse it is.

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I would look more at the wires for corroded section on power or grond side since they work
in the rear it would not be te fuse they flash faster then normal when a bulb is not working
make sure the bulbs are good and so is the socket (terminals)

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