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Re: 2005 dodge caravan
They are almost always located along the steering column under the dash or to the left of it under the dash. They are usually a smallish black or grey box. Sometimes you can turn the turn signal on even if it is out and a ticking sound will emit from the relay can be heard. Good Luck!
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Simple fix took me five minutes: 1.Gain access to the fuse/relay box thingy under the drivers side dash. It has a black plastic cover and two big black plastic screws, which don't really require tools. 2. turn on ignition and engage turn signal that is not working. 3. There is a module (cube shaped relay thingy at the top right of fuse-relay panel) Move it around, pull out and back in to re-establish connection. If your signal starts up, then that is it.
On the van you have a high beam fuse and relay. On the low beam you also have a fuse and relay. Check the fuse/relay panel for a blown fuse controlling the low beam lights. If you do not find a blown fuse have some one to turn the key on and turn on the high beam lights> During this time locate the low beam headlight relay and place your finger on top of relay, have the other person to switch from high beam to low beam lights. You should feel a click in the relay when they make the switch from high to low beam. If not replace the relay and the problem should go away. Hope this will help you.
I once had a similar probem with my car I went to a auto parts store an purchase a special tirn signal relay which ticked loudly when i used my signals it was about 2 inches long rouund and fit in existing signal relay socket which is usually mounted on firewall inside car on drivers side usually just blow the fuse panel...It did not cancel signal but was loud enough to hear so you knew to cancel signal it was not annoying loud but good enough to remind you to manually cancel the signal
sounds like you need a combo flasher assembly..located in fuse block inside vehicle under steering column..there may be a plastic cover under dash you have to remove to see fuse block..large black relay that plugs into fuse block..if you pick up a new one,you will see what it looks like..available at dodge dealer..combo flasher or drl/signal relay