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You could be a little more specific. Do they not flash, too slow,too fast, not at all. Do they light up, do they have power to them?????
Give us something to work with.
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Sounds like a blown fuse, just had the same problem myself.
 

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JamesVee said:
Thanks for the inquiry, Mike. They have started to work again now. When the truck is cold the blinkers dont want to work at all. No lights, no flashes, no clicks, nodda.
Don't you just these trucks???
If the cold is causing this to happen, then you could be looking at a bad connection, fuse or the switch. This will be one of those interesting ones I am afraid.
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I had a similar problem, my signals were very slow to start blinking when it was cold. Took the signal swithch off, took apart the back of the switch where the plug ins go and cleaned the contacts and replaced the dielectric grease, the contacts looked fine but the grease was dirty around the contact points. Now they work perfectly even in -30C.
 
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