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If you don't have a volt-ohm meter, get one at Sears or Radio Shack. Then get the Osborne Electrical Assembly Manual, and start checking voltages out of the turn signal switch at the connectors that go to the front and rear of the car. When you find a place of good voltage and further down the line of bad voltage, you've isolated your problem.

Might be as simple as bad grounding.
 
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