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93 Le Baron convertible 3.0 I'm having intermittent electrical outages. The turn signals and radio will stop working, not necessarily at the same time, one may work, stop or return independently. When the signals are offline the dash switch doesn't return to the neutral position and the indicator light doesn't come on. When the radio goes off the clock and presets are lost when it comes back on.

Hi Dan,
The radio/clock presets are powered by the ignition off-dray fuse (which also powers the courtesy lights and that fuse is #26 under the dash, which itself is powered by fuse 47 in the engine compartment. So check out those fuses for being cracked or loose in their sockets.
Similarly the turn signals are powered by fuse 36 in the engine compartment and fuse 6 under the dash. So when things don't work verify that you have 12v on both sides of all those fuses.

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