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Driver Side Blinker Lights Not Working?

(2004 Toyota Tundra)
in Valdez, AK on February 08, 2013
My driver-side blinker lights aren't working. When I engage them there's a fast clicking noise but the blinker light display on the dash does not light up. The passenger blinker lights work just fine. When I engage the Hazards, only the passenger lights work. I've replaced both Driver Side blinker bulbs and check all fuses. Is there something Im missing? Never did find a fuse labeled 'blinker'. Any help is welcomed please.
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on February 08, 2013
Flasher, most likely, bulb ground possible. Only one flasher for both sig. and haz.!
ANY work on truck body front or rear?
on February 09, 2013
I egree with wetry
on February 10, 2013
No major work has been done on the truck. Isnt it unusual to have two separate fuses for each blinker side?
on February 10, 2013
(I) have not found any vehicles that have a fuse for both left & right directional lights!
on February 08, 2013
maybe the bulbs are bad
on February 08, 2013
From what I read, dont think two new bulbs would be.
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