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Left Signal light isnt blinking on my 2000 300M Chrysler

The front driver side signal light isnt blinking. However, the light bulb is still lit. The rear blinker on the driver side is blinking twice as fast. Is it an electrical issue or do I need to change the bulb even though it is still lit but not blinking?

Also how do I take it out the signal light and replace it?

Thanks


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  • calvin G Feb 27, 2009

    So you are saying even-though my left driver signal light in the front is still lit, the back needs to be replace? but its the front that isnt working anymore. is it because the back is about to go out?

  • calvin G Feb 27, 2009

    By the way this is a chrysler 300M year 2000. I dont know why they have me under RAM

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You need to replace the rear driver side light bulb. it will fix the problem.

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