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1994 dodge colt

Turning signal stays on had to pull the fuse

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    i have a 1998 sebring and my turn signal is stuck on had to pull the fuse

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94ucik LeSabre Left turn signal will not flash as the right one will. Both front an d back bubs light up and will flash with hazard mode on.

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Could be turn signal relay or one of the bulbs is bad that will do it to but more likely relay.

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