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Q: Turn signals not coming on

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Neither of my turn signals will come on, but the side lights come on.

Hi there. Your vehicle may have two burned out turn signal bulbs. Also your vehicle’s turn signal relay may be malfunctioning. Another issue you may be experiencing is a short in your turn signal wiring. I’d suggest having a certified mechanic inspect your turn signals and perform any services that are needed for proper repair.

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