Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
I've changed the fuses the flashers the multifunction switch what else can it be
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
While not likely, it is possible that the light bulbs in both sides are have bad filaments. Turn on ignition key (but don't start engine). Then turn on parking lamps (first detent or "click" on headlamp switch). Walk around car and look for illumination on front parking lamps and rear tail lights. Turn on the right turn signal. Are those (right hand) lamps now changing brilliance? Try the left turn signal in the same manner. Are those (left hand) front and rear lights changing briiliance? Take note of any positions that did NOT change briliance when the turn signals were activated. If NONE changed briliance, you either have a bunch of bad bulbs (unlikely) or a bad flasher (more likely) or a bad turn signal switch (most likely) or perhaps wiring problems (possible if the car has been in a collision or has been "worked on" by some "non-expert" mechanic). Check the action of the emergency flasher control switch located on the steering column (facing up). Pushing it in (down) should result in the button going to two different heights alternately (low, high, low, high). You could just have bad flashers or corroded flasher contacts! Good luck!
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: flashers out, module, relay
More than likely to be a flasher relay. If you can locate the relay turn the harzards on and tap the relay with the ennd of a screewdriver. If the hazards start to work for a moment when being hit you know its the relay. If it was a module i would of thourght you would have more electrical problems as modern cars are mutiplexed meaning one module controls lots of different things. hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 dodge ram 1500 truck
I would think a bad TIPM would be your cause. It controls the body of the truck, and it should send a signal to your cluster as well. You will have to go to the dealer to know for sure, but that is the problem I see at my dealership most of the time when what you describe happens.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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