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Old 04-07-2013, 08:11 PM   #1
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I've got a manual but I'd like some personal viewpoints please. The turn signals no longer work and I checked the fuses. They're all good. What else could be causing this problem?

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Flasher? Switch? Bulbs?

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I checked the fuses? You need to check where you are getting power. Are you getting power where the fuses plugs in? Where does the power stop. If the bulbs are not blinking are they getting power. Go buy yourself a 5 dollar test probe.
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turn signals will not work if you have bad light bulbs---start by changing the bulbs.
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Light bulbs can be a good place to start. Generally a turn signal will blink faster if one of the bulbs burns out. Your Dodge has a lot of mickey mouse stuff making it harder to trouble shoot
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Check fuses, relays, get a tester, and check the lights.

Usually a fuse will take both sides with it. If it is only one side, its a bulb issue.
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Checked both bulbs and the one on the driver side was toast. Bought a new set and replaced the bad one, and that was when I saw that the assembly it latches onto was browner than it should be. I think that whole connection is fried. I'll take it in tomorrow and replace it. Hopefully this will fix it.

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