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Hello to everyone. I'm a new member and hope to use the site to furher my knowledge about my ford ranger and to also help others who may have problems I've had. As of today, I'm having a issue with my turning signals and just can't figure out what's wrong with them that I haven't tried. I installed a combo switch yesterday and they still don't work. All the bulbs are good. I bought a blinker switch and installed that and they blinkers still won't work. Has anyone had this occue and if so can yopu offer some fixes I haven't tried? Thanks.

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you check your fuses?
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I checked the fuses. I replaced the multi finction switch. I replaced the blinker switch. All the bulbs seem to work, however the turning signals and flashers don't work. Any more thoughts?
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Are you sure the bulbs have the double filaments?
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I actually didn't replace any of the bulbs as both front and rear bulbs work. I believe when I looked at the bulbs they were the double filament bulbs. Also, before I changed the multi switch the turning signals would work sometimes, however they would only blink a few times and then go back to not blinking. Any more ideas?
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If you bought the right flasher breaker, and the bulbs are the right double filament ones, and you have a new multifunction stalk....then you must have a short somewhere. It's the only other explanation left IMO. I'm stumped...sorry.
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