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Old 02-04-2010, 03:31 AM
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Hi i have a 2006 dodge ram 2500 turbo deisel regular cab long bed truck
here is my problem my front passenger side turn signal does not work i am not getting power to it the rear signal works but it does blink fast i am hoping someone else has had this problem and knows the right way to fix it please let me know thanks
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Have you checked to see if you're getting power to the r/f signal?
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there is no power to the front right.
that is the only one not working
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Judging by what I see in the wiring diagrams, you probably have a bad driver in the TIPM for the r/f signal lamp.
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do you mean a software driver if so what would that mean to fix
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Unfortunately it's not a software issue but rather an electrical problem that may require TIPM replacement. You should check the r/f wire coming out of the TIPM for voltage. If you have it there, you're looking at a wiring problem; if not, you're probably looking at a bad TIPM.
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off hand do you know what wire it is and where it comes out of the tipm
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You'll be looking for the WT/TN wire located at pin 2 of the C5 connector. in the TIPM.

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sorry for all the questions but this is my first dodge do i have to take the tipm out to check that connector
Are the tipms really about 600 dollars?
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