turn signal not signalling

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Asked by May 08, 2013 at 10:59 PM about the 2003 Dodge Intrepid SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

links a few times at most if at allchecked fuses bulbs and tried to other stearing concsul controlers

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how about the flasher can? this one will start talkin' when you put your flashers on~

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yeah changed that to, will try again TY

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fuse? body control module?

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so the turn signal lights on the dash and corners of the car, all of those do not work when the swich is moved to either of the positions? if they don't do your high beams still work?

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regular lights work jsut find. all turn signal lights have come on at one point or another. its you push signal and at best you get them to blink a few times and then just stop. number varies from 0 to enough time for me to walk around car and see. i am done to thinking wiring issue but one that varies just from vibrations of idling car

disconnect the negative cable and put the a/c on and pump the brake five times to purge any "phantom" galvonic voltages from re-appearing and tryin' to reprogram the thing on ya'~

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something to try on weekend when can be sure not have to drive for a bit ty

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