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My 2007 nitro passenger side turn signal bulb holder that plugs into the wiring harness has went bad and Dodge says its only available with the light assembly for 180.00 HELP! IS THIS TRUE????

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You have a bad connection at the rear passenger side turn signal. It is either the connection is corroded or a wire is loose on the ground side of the circuit.

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SOURCE: Turn signals stopped working, headlights stay on until you turn off the engine, wipers not working, headlight switch doesn't do anything. Please help...2007 dodge nitro

multi function switch conntols all that its prob. bad

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