Please help me out my turn signal lights are not working. I already replaced the turn signal switch but they still don't work. What else can I do to fix the problem please?

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Asked by Dec 03, 2014 at 04:44 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check the hazard switch, does it work? Check the relay for the signals/hazard in the fuse box. They work together off the same relay and wires.

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Well the hazard are working is just the turn signal that are not

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Did you check the fuse and relay?

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I checked the fuse but not sure where the relay is at

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The turn signal flasher is usually behind dash on right side of steering column support. If not there, check large fuse box under the hood. Look under the cover of the fuse box. Should be a diagram telling you what relays are there. Relays are the big black squares about an inch square.

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Ditto what Reelin68 said.

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It could also be the hazard switch itself. Even though the hazards work the hazard switch won't let the signals work. Sounds weird but I've seen that happen before too.

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