Yes, but the buyer must be informed.
The fuse for the blinker of a 96 Cavalier should be in the fuse box inside of the car. A more likely cause would be the flasher, located under the drivers side of the dash.
A cheap car may be used, have less safety features still working, be dangerous in general.
Albert Peterson. He sold it to Ford.
You might have a short. You would need to take you car in to a shop to find they short. They can be very difficult to locate.
replace the distibuter
I had this same problem with my 1994 Town Car. After closely looking (the third time) at all the lamps I finally found one that wasn't working. I found it by turning on the hazards. The tail lights have two bulbs, top and bottom. It isn't obvious that one is out when you just turn the blinker on and look, but if you turn on the hazard flashers you can compare left and right to make sure that both sides are balanced. If that doesn't do it, it could still be the flasher relay module, other bulbs, or the switch on the column. But be sure to check ALL the bulbs first. The Town Car has about 4 bulbs on each side which flash with the blinker.
Muffler bearings, blinker fluid,
it means the circuit of car is short........
Put your hazards on then restate the car and be off.
Turn the car to the off position, remove the blinker relay. Put in the new relay, secure Êit into its outlet, close the relay box, and turn the car on.Ê
No it doesnt- my granpa peed in his car to get it working and it's fine. (If a little smelly!!)