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Sounds like the indicator fuse is blown. Sorry, I'm not familiar with the H1 so I can't tell you exactly where it is but on other Hyundai cars it's usually on the dashboard fusebox, often marked T/SIG (Turn SIGnal). There is usually a list in the maintenance section of the owner manual that tells you what all the fuses are for and where to find them too.

Personally though, when I'm diagnosing a fault, I just test ALL the fuses which is usually quicker than thumbing through the manual. It only takes 5mins to check every fuse on the car if you do it with a voltmeter or test lamp rather than pulling each one and visually inspecting it.

I hope that helps.
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