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My mom owns a 96 pontiac grand prix and her turn signals just stopped working. I checked the fuse in the dash by the passenger door. it was fine.

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Check the turn sigbal flasher: Here isthe location....under dash close to brake peddle...


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If that doesnt work the directional/head light assembly needs replacing . Its costs from 60 dollars and up .

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    if not the signal flasher then u need to replace the turn signal assembly on the steering column

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