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I have a 1993 Mustang GT. I cannot get my turn signals to work... ive check all the fuses in the fuse box by the driver pedals. Ive check all the bulbs in my car! Is there another step that I am missing before I take it to a mechanic and get charged out the @$$ for something that may be simple? Somebody help a begginner...
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Check your ignition switch, I had to replace mine in a couple of my mustangs. Turn your car on, then turn your turn signal on. After that move your ignition switch back a little bit. I bet that will be the problem. I hope this helps.
1986 GT T-Top
GT-40 Crate/ B303/ Ported Cobra intake/ 65mm TB/FMS Mass Air w 75mm/ 24lb injectors/190 LPH/ Flowtech exhaust & headers/no cats/Pace setter H Pipe/ 2.5 inch pipes all the way/ Paxton Sn2000/65 shot just incase/ I still have A/C/ HP ????
If the flasher is the half dollar sized silver fuse in the fuse box, I replaced that earlier. I just tried the ignition thing too, didn't work. Is there a turn signal relay or a second fuse box that I may be missing?
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