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RadioMan
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1/30/2006
10:27:49

Subject: RE: Turn signals only work sometimes
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I replaced the module on my 02 for the same
problem, Greg...

It's a dealer buy only.. Cost me around 25 bux.

I have not had any problems after installing it.




Craig
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6/20/2018
12:45:54

Turn signal doesn't work on front right only
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Hello Everyone,
I have a weird problem. I have a 2000 Dodge
Dakota QuadCab. I can't get the front right
turn signal to come on or the right mirror
signal to come on either, but the right rear
turn signal works. When I turn the hazards on
all flashers come on except the front right.
Here is what I have done so far.
- Replaced bulb
- Replaced signal relay
- Replaced multifunction switch
- Used a multimeter to check power - No power
out of Tan or Black and Yellow wire at light
- Used a light probe - Didn't light up.
- Checked Tan wire for continuity between the
two turn signal plugs - Got continuity
- Checked Black and Yellow wire for continuity
between the two turn signal plugs - Got
continuity
- Check continuity for ground to the frame -
Got
Started chasing the wire from the front light
down the wire bundle, but only got so far
because the wire bundles are so tight it was
hard to move the wires inside to see them.
I am thinking it must be a broken wire
somewhere. But I am not sure which wire bundle
to look in because after a while it gets lost.
I need to know the run of the wires.
Question 1 - does the wiring to the right
mirror signal split off at the Multi switch? Is
it on the same run as the front light or does
it have its own run?
Question 2 - Any ideas of where the front and
the rear power wires to the turn signals split
to go to their respective lights?

Thanks for the help,
Craig






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