When I turn on the left blinker, the hazard lights come on.

tatandy
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Asked by tatandy Aug 14, 2013 at 09:45 PM about the 2002 Dodge Dakota 4 Dr Sport Crew Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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judge_roy
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I'd check the age of the battery (five years is all you're gonna get from one of these tin/antimony jobs)----get a brand new one, then clean off the other end of the cable that attaches to the frame...as this will be overcoming "weld" forces from the demand of the amperage needs of your starter motor~...co-incidentally is the chassis main ground too----the hazards and the blinkers need to see full voltage or they will not behave properly...this includes supplying GROUND to complete the circuit~

JHCurwood
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You may have to replace the directional switch.

tatandy
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We have replaced the directional switch and have also bought a new battery as another car guru suggested. We still have the same problem. Any other ideas?

madmopar
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check all of your wiring, especially under the back end. could have wires rubbed and crossed.

judge_roy
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here's something~look the the junction blocks~

judge_roy
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Yes---your "combination flasher" is bad~------- http://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/p/gb/DODGE__DAKOTA/FLASHER/6 661915/04686795.html?partner=googlebase_adwords&kwd=&origin=pla

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judge_roy
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achem....that took about two seconds to research....victory dance judge_roy...yesssssss~

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