Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
Bob, you have a bulb burned out somewhere.
Sometimes when this happens you might find all the bulbs are working, but what can happen is the electricity which is supposed to be going to the turn signal element ( the brightest side if there are two elements in the same bulb), is in fact lighting the other element, which is smaller and is supposed to be for the parking lights. The way to tell is by brightness.
Turn on the other side (doing this at night makes it easier to see) that is flashing properly, and go look carefully at the front and rear to determine their brightness.
Now turn on the defective side, and go and look an you should see whether the front or rear is causing the problem. One of the bulbs is either not flashing, or is flashing "weakly."
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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