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Left turn signal

My front driver side turn signal is out and I have lost my owners manual. So I can't find a fuse to check. Where if there is one would the fuse be found.

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  • diedraford Jan 16, 2009

    I have this exact same problem w/ my drivers side blinker not working & my back driver side blinker goes reallllyyyy fast! - I called the dealership - They said that there is a TSB for this problem- & it could be 1 of 3 things ranging in cost from $24 to $800 - to me I would rather deal w/ no front blinker!!

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    the drivers side blinker does not work on my Mazda 2004 and the back blinker blinks really fast......i would like this fixed,,,and i sure in the heck will never buy another Mazda,,,too many troubles.

  • kirkvan Feb 28, 2009

    My Front Drivers side blinker was working about 10% of the time. When it didn't work the back blinker would flash really quick. I just returned home from the shop where they put in a new bulb. When I left the shop it worked fine, but by the time I got home it quit working. Anyone have any ideas????

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All the turn signals are on the same fuse I recommend you check the bulb, the socket make sure there is no corrosion and make sure the ground wire is good to test this make a temporrary ground wire and see if it works if you find this information helpful please give me a good rating and if you need any additional help please contact me

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