Q: Q: My turn signal don't work

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My turn signals don't work I replaced light bulbs and fuses and still not turning on

My car has 165000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The most common cause of no turn signals is the turn signal switch or the flasher. If the lights front and back come on but do not flash then a flasher may need to be replaced.If the lights do not get power from turn signal switch then replace switch.

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