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Turn signals not working audi a6 2002

Turn signals is not working audi A6 2002, but emergency signal works fine.

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Turn signal switch most likely. But it could have a faulty flasher relay. the signals and the hazards probably have seperate flasher relays and possibly on different circuits so check fuses as well

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