Thread: turn signal

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    The other day i noticed that my drivers side turn indicator wasnt flashing, it was steady, so this to me indicates a blown turn signal bulb. I replaced the bulb and its still the same. The passenger side signals work fine so i dont think its the relay and the fuse is fine. Could it be the turn signal switch itself? Thanks for any help.

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    its gona be a bulb or the flasher, but i'd think its a bulb. make sure you have god clean connections, and a good ground. you're sure all the bulbs are good?
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    What bolts do I need for a transfer case drop?

    pretty sure, but i could have missed one. Ill check it tomarrow after work.

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    look for any burn marks on all the contacts. That can hinder a good clean connection.

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    Hi,

    Does the rear lamp on that side flash or stay on steady?

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    Don't forget the marker lamp in the fender flare, it could be burnt out causing the signal indicator to stay on.

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    Do the bulbs in the markers on the flares have a double filament? When I was checking the bulbs I saw that they lit up when the marker lights were on so I ASSUMED that they were good. Guess id better check over them all real good tomarrow. Thanks guys.

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