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Q: Turn signals not working

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The turn signals and hazards don't turn on. The flasher has been replaced.

A: The turn signals and hazards have separate ...

The turn signals and hazards have separate fuse and relays. The common part between the two of them is the multifunction switch. The switch is most likely the cause of your problem if all fuses are good. I would have a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, test your turn signals and make the appropriate repairs for your car.

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