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What should you check if none of the turn signals or hazard flashers work on a 91 Geo Tracker and the fuse bulbs and flasher relay are all good?

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2006-07-21 20:30:52
2006-07-21 20:30:52

change the turnsignal switch i have done this several times, my tracker has 335,000 original miles

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