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Asked by Jul 06, 2011 at 03:03 AM about the 2002 Dodge Intrepid SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How can u tell if u have a bad turn signal switch or a bad rely flasher

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If the signal switch is bad, it wont flash at all. If the relay is bad it would be doing something crazy like blinking the lights very dim and the usual clicking you hear would sound different. If it works but is blinking quickly you have a bad turn signal bulb, easy fix.

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if your flasher canister is bad your flasher will come on and not flash, if the switch is bad nothing will come on at all

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Well I replaced my flasher and switch and I'm still not gettin any response

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Replace the relay. I helped my friend do his in his Bonneville. It was 9 bucks and took 20minutes.

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I had a new rely put it I think I have a short in the wiring or the switch I bought was bad

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Well what exactly happens when the u turn on the flashers now that u replaced the flasher n relay?

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