Can't get the front left turning light to work

Asked by Oct 04, 2014 at 11:55 PM about the 2009 Jeep Patriot

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I all ready changed the bulb but I can't find the fuse any one knows which one it is? I found
the fuse box by the air cleaner, but after pulling out all the fuses I still can't find it. Plus
when I pulled all the fuses all turned signals continued working with no problems....am I
missing something here. Is there another fuse box somewhere for the turn signals.

2 Answers

695

Check light socket for currosion and power to the socket when you your signal on with a test light. If you have power going to the light then the light socket is defective. You should be able to get one from Napa. If they don't have the one you need head to the dealer to get it. Junk yard is another way to get one. Just make sure it looks better than what you are replacing. Barely used auto salvage would work too.

145

If its just one turn signal, chances are its NOT a fuse.. Check the socket for good contacts, corrosion, etc. If that checks out, test for a bad ground at that socket.

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