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Left turn signal bulb needs change easy way - 2008 Dodge Dakota

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You open the tailgate and remove the two screws that hold the tailight assembly in, then pop it out.

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SOURCE: I need to know how to replace my turn signal bulb

it should be a twis off on top or beind the carpet if im not mistaken..

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SOURCE: 2004 Dodge Durango: Left turn signal blinks fast

Check the bulb socket for a burnt or a shorted condition. Remove bulb and try another bulb, if it does it again then you have a short in the socket or wiring to bulb. Turn on the 4 way flashers and see what it will do. If it continues then look for any burnt wire connector or wireing to bulb. Check the wiring behind the light for any metal that has cut into the wiring insulation. Hope this will help you.

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