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If the lamps and bulbs are ok I would initially suspect the hazard warning light switch, then the indicator switch, the multiway connectors and then the wiring.
There is generally only one fuse for the indicators and as one side is working it can be assumed power is reaching the indicator circuit.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 15 hours ago

There's a good chance it's the ignition switch. Before replacing get some electronics cleaner. It comes in a spray can. Spray the key, insert, and turn it back and forth. Do this numerous times. You can also spray a couple quick squirts in the ignition. Be sure to hold a rag over the can while doing so to prevent spray back. You don't want to get it in your eyes or even on your skin so wear ppe. Before starting your car let it dry for 10 minutes or so.

If this doesn't work I would replace the ignition switch.

Hope this helps.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago

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Jaguar Cars &... | Answered 16 hours ago

See if there is a belt routing sticker under the hood, it might show with and without

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered 16 hours ago

It is in the exhaust pipe.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 hours ago

From your description, it sounds like you have a fuel issue. If your check engine light is on, I would have the system scanned to see what the computer is registering as an error.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 16 hours ago

there is none but the internal one .

Acura Cars &... | Answered 17 hours ago

Did you check fuse's ? Here is factory service info. go to page 188 for power window operation an testing procedures

Test the electrical circuits after viewing wiring diagrams .

Nissan Cars &... | Answered 17 hours ago

Does scanning for codes come up with any?
This could be your spark plug coils going bad on a few cylinders or a vacuum leak. I prefer the coils as that is easier to diagnose and fix.

Porsche Cars &... | Answered 17 hours ago

google it

Cars & Trucks | Answered 17 hours ago

Look in resevoir check level Check power steering pipes under hood look for fluid leaks

2008 Chevrolet... | Answered 18 hours ago

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