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Unread 09-24-2008, 07:46 PM   #1
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Turn Signals Quit Working

A few days ago my front and rear blinkers stopped working. The hazards still work.

There was no noticeable event that caused this...no rainwater inside, no new electrical installation...and yes, the blinker fluid looks good. They just suddenly stopped working. I move the blinker switch and nada, nothing at all.

I checked the fuse behind the glove box; it's good. I don't know what else I need to check. Is it safe to assume it's the blinker switch? Is there another relay/fuse/switch I should check? Thanks much.

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and yes, the blinker fluid looks good.

If you don't have a burned out bulb on one of your turn signals,the turn signal switch might be bad (very common).
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Thanks boogie. Autozone has one for $39.99 plus sticks. I rekin might get on down there.

Replacement is pretty straightforward I suppose?
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Thanks boogie. Autozone has one for $39.99 plus sticks. I rekin might get on down there.

Replacement is pretty straightforward I suppose?
Yup.
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