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My front left blinker casing is broke. water got in there and burnt my bulb so i was without a front left blinker for a few days.. but every other one was still working. then i pulled the burnt bulb out so i could eventually replace it, and after pulling the bulb out none of my blinkers will work. no dash light blinkers. no nothing. and all my fuses are perfect. what could it be?

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Hi, I would check the flasher unit as well as fuses 3 and 16. The flasher may be in the fuse box. If not, check under the dash.

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