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Old 05-15-2012, 08:48 PM
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Unhappy Another Front Turn signal Problem Thread

Hey All, So im putting my truck back together and I dont have turn signals. We had the front clip off all winter, signals were working then. I have also RE/RE'd the steering collumn with another used one (parts truck that was on the road recently, signals working on it) I checked my fuses and checked my grounds, everythings seems to be ok. I noticed when I was checking my sockets; i could see that the element in the bulb was barely JUST barely lit but not flashing, tried several flashers (swapped with hazards which work A-OK) and nothing changed. When I put my test light on it, the test light stayed light on, and when I wiggled it it would signal briefly then stop.


I am truly stumped on what to do

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