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I have 97 4.3 s-10 and I have no turn signals but I have emg. flashers

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I did that and i relpaced the flasher and it still wont work i dont know what to do

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I had the same problem. there are a set of relays under the dash, right around where the cigerett lighter is. one is for your flashers and one for you signals. I think the one toward the passanger side is for your turn signals. easy fix...

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