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All right guys this may be a silly question, but I haven't had a turn signal problem since I sold my '76 150 15 years ago. Lights and fuses are ok under the dash and the power box under the hood. Is there a relay somewhere? Surely no old style flasher like the '76 hidden somewhere? Any help would be appreciated.
 

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what year truck , obs has a flasher in the fuse panel.
 

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I have had to replace the whole turn signal switch twice over the last 5 years, easy to do , just a little spendy.
 

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Sorry, had to leave in a hurry yesterday. It is a 2000 F250.
 

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I would have to say it is in the switch, Im not for sure about a relay your owners manual will show you if there is a relay i would check that first before replacing the switch.
 

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probably ur turn sig cam they break. do you not have right left or both front or rear and do you have brake lights? plus you can take a test light/volt meter and check @ your trailer plug conn @the rear of your truck the relay is under the hood near the main power dist box not sure witch one ck ur owners manual good luck steve
 
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