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Old 04-23-2012, 09:20 PM
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Default Turn signal problem

Cant figure out what's wrong here. Anyone have any suggestions.

My left rear turn signal has gone out on my 2010 dodge ram 1500. I rep,ced the bulb with correct bulb, but no luck. Parking light, brake light and emergency flasher work off same bulb and work just fine. But the turn signal is not working.

I looked for a fuse but I couldn't find one. Is ther a flasher or turn signal switch. If so where are they located. Trying to fix myself before I take to dealership since my warranty expired a few months ago.
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Old 06-01-2012, 03:44 AM
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I dont think there are fuses anymore in these trucks, I am not sure where the flasher is but I would try to reset the computer and see if that works.
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