When I'm turning to the left side not full range turning I'm hearing a continous clicking sound under my leg on the wheel side and then when I'm turning to right it is comming again but only it starts at lift side turning. I took the care to the garage they made some greasing to the wheel and body suspenstion but the sound still there.pls help, thanks
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the flasher should be up under the dash on the driver side, you should turn on the flasher that works if there is one and you will hear the click of it, once you hear it pull the one next to it that is not clicking, if that is the one to change, and replace it there. it should be in the area of your parking brake release.
also if it is that a blinker is not working or a flasher, check the fuse in the fuse panel, or also check the relay under the hood on the driverside in the relay box.
See http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/reliability.aspx?year=1998&make=Dodge&model=Durango . Under "Brakes". It's probably the Rear Axle Speed Sensor. Easy Fix. Do-It-Yourself. Search this site or Google "Replace rear axle speed sensor 1998 Durango"