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My turn signals are out on my 97. Emergency flashers work. All bulbs are good. All fuses are good. Any suggestions?

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Multi fuction switch aka blinker switch
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Or the flasher. There are two separate flashers, one for the emergencies and one for the directionals. One's on the other side of the fuse box, the side you can't see. I forget which is which (it's in the owner's manual), but you could just swap them and see if that makes the directionals work and the emergencies fail.
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The flasher on the front of the fuse panel is for the blinkers

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I bought a new multi switch and the problem still persisted. So I know its not that. I now have them working intermittently. I will check out the flashers and see what I can see.

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It was the flasher. Never knew...but then again this is my first 200.000 mile truck.

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