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What is the next thing to check on a 1991 Pont Transport SE van if none of the blinkers work and it is not the flasher plug or the little black relay boxes?

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2004-08-29 10:42:29
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If the emergency flashers work, you may have a turn signal flasher that is bad. It is separate form the emergency flashers and is in the wiring on the left side of the steering column under the dash. Also check all fuses/.

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