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Old 08-03-2010, 01:54 AM
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Turn signals not working, hazards work...ideas?

Title basically says it all. The turns on my mother's first gen Durango do not turn on at the switch, but the hazards work so I feel safe in assuming it isn't a bulb issue. Is this a common problem? Ideas on how to remedy the problem? I'm accustomed to working on my Stealth, Jeep and M3... no knowledge of the Durango aside from brakes and lube.

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Is this while the vehicle is running? I need to know everything you can tell me about the situation.
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With like no info. Imma say a bad ground/
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I had a similar problem and a new flasher relay cured the problem. Not sure if
you're problem was the same as mine.
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Flasher relay...........
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If it has tilt steering, it probably has a pinched wire.
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The flasher I mean, the link up above
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