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If the Brake lights and Emergency Flashers work but not the turn signal on a 77 Ford F-150 4x4?

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2007-03-07 17:21:18
2007-03-07 17:21:18

check the turn signal relay in the steering colum, just before the turn signal switch the plastic receptors may be broke.

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