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1998 b2500: blinkers and hazard lights..blown

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i just recently had to replace my altenator on my 1998 b2500. i also had to replace my battery since to fuel cells were no good no more. my blinkers and hazard lights no longer work and i think its due to a blown out fuse. i dont have a fuse diagram and i was trying to see if any one can help me out locating what fuses needed to be replaced, thanks
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  lnsmman58 replied 7 years ago.
I'm not sure of a fuse diagram, but take a test light or volt meter and test each fuse individual and you should find the blown fuse.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
is this something i can pick up at an autozone or kragen? also does this sound like a reasonable guess for my blinkers/hazards not working?
Expert:  lnsmman58 replied 7 years ago.

well you can a test light and test each fuse separately to make absolutley sure they are all good and Yes this is a very reasonable guess at whats wrong. This is defineitly the place to start with a problem like this. Let me know if you need more assistance.



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