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Turn Signals Out Again

Jimbos1954

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About 6 months or so ago my mechanic found a blown fuse for my turn signals. My turn signals and hazards are out again....have not checked fuse yet. Any ideas the fuse may have went out again so soon?
 

melsg5

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If it is a blown fuse you have a short somewhere. You can start by looking for any corrosion in the bulb sockets
 

Jimbos1954

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If it is a blown fuse you have a short somewhere. You can start by looking for any corrosion in the bulb sockets
Thanks a lot. I just had this problem repaired about 6 months ago. Mechanic said nothing about socket corrosion...he just said it was a fuse. Do you know if there are more than 2 fuse boxes in this car...one under back seat and one under hood????
 

melsg5

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What year is the car?
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