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Blinkers will not work when headlights are on.

I have a 2006 honda oddyssey and when I turn on the headlights, the right side blinker does not flash and the left side blinker stays lit. The hazards will not work at all with the headlights on.
What could be the problem and how much will it cost to repair?

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You have a left side turn signal out in the front or back replace bulb the reason why your bilnkers wont blink is because your flasher relay is bad the relay will be located n the fuse panel under the drivers dash any auto parts store should have the light and the relay in stock replace both of those and youll be in buisness

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