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Left front turn signal

My turn signal went out...bought a bulb and replaced it and the light comes on but doesn't there a flasher i need to replace? where is it if there is?

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Re: left front turn signal

Underneath the dashboard on or near the fuseblock you'll see a small rectangular aluminum case - it may be round also. pull this out - should have two flat prongs on it. go to autozone and get a replacement.

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