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Hazard Lights do not work....correctly.

When I flip the hazard light switch, only 1 light comes on in the back...if i put different turn signals on, I get different results...but with left turn signal on and hazards on, i get both rear lights flahing and left light flashing, not all four. How do I fix this?

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The emergency flasher switch is at fault and most likely needs replacement. i'm not sure what it is with chrysler products but i've had two with problem flasher switches.

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