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98 jeep tj. have a problem with my right rear turn signal. flasher goes fast and only front light working. have replaced turn signal unit on column last time this happened. 4 way flashers work fine...just the right rear turn signal not working and flasher going really fast like the bulb is burnt out. any thoughts? ken
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your socket may not be grounded properly, I have seen this before, and the simplest way to fix is change the socket with a new one.Not another used one it may also be bad.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: Front right turn signal
You need to replace the whole socket. Unfortunately I was told by an auto wrecker that the daytime running lights on the front of the intrigue heat up the plastic in the black socket your bulb sits in and the plastic melts and prevents a proper contact with the bulb. I got a replacement socket and bulb for $15 at the auto wreckers. Money well spent - it is easy to replace! Your bulbs are probably not burnt out.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
replace flasher......usually located in fuse block area...listen in this area....select passenger side ...then select driver side...you can hear flasher clicking...you have seperate flashers for each...FLASHERS are small cubes plugged into fuse block....probable bad driverside flasher
Posted on May 09, 2009
That vehicle has all three switches attached to the same module. Spray a little wd-40 into the flasher switch. Sometimes the slide on the flasher switch gets a little sticky and won't allow the turn signal to work independently. If that isn't the case, there is a repair kit for that available on ebay. the module of course costs around three hundred to replace but could possibly be found at a boneyard for much less. Also, check ebay for that module. Hopefully the WD-40 will fix it. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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