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Flashers here is my problem:while I was on the hyway I used my flasher to make a turn , but few minutes later I was going to make another turm but my flasher stop to work.There were no indication on my panel ( the two green light was not lighting).On the next day I chek the fuse but the fuse was good.I check the relay and put a new one, nothing happen, no flashers ! I did not check the bulbs because it seem to me to be impossible that the two front and the back lights ,burned at the same time and more the two geen light inside did not light up ? Is there another fuse somewere ? Please help me many thanks in advance.

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  • hautvoltage Oct 18, 2008

    I forgot to say is for a :Dodge ram 3500 diesel 4X4, year 2000.

  • hautvoltage Oct 18, 2008

    No I did not check the flasher unit, but I will,

    Thanks for the tip, "coss 71"

  • hautvoltage Oct 18, 2008

    Hi closs 71



    Not yet, I will have spare time on the first days of the week.



    I will comming back to u, with the result in the verry near future.



    Thanks again















  • hautvoltage Oct 24, 2008

    hi Coss 71



    I finally found what cause my flasher to not working..It was two square fuses with a little plastic window on the top ,and color was pink. At first I could not figure that it could be these two fuses because the shematic in the cover of the fuses box did not mention the same purpose of those ones.One of the fuse was for brake lamps.

    Now all is working well.

    Many thanks Coss 71 for helping me

    Please excuse my english !



    Very Best regards



    Normand



  • Coss May 11, 2010

    Did you check the flasher unit?

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WHERE is the flasher relay located? I looked and looked and it isn't in the fuse box.....2001 Dodge 2500 Diesel.

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You're welcome.
It was rather unusual that all of the flashing stopped at once.
The dash lights are usually a good indicator.
If the dash light flash really fast, a bulb is burned out.
To stop flashing completely is usually the sign of a flasher.

I'm very glad this was a simple fix for you. Have a great weekend.

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