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Driver side turn signal not working, changed bulb and when hazzard lights on this one still does not work

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Some possible causes are there could be a bad light socket,loss of power for the wire that operates the signal.have you checked to see if the light works when you push on the brake pedal.if its not then you could have a bad signal switch in the steering colume.i`m guessing the front light is working as you don`t say.

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