Question about 2000 Dodge Stratus
I have a 2000 dodge stratus 2.4...my blinkers or hazards dont work, or wen it does it blinks once or twice with the clicking noise then stops both all together..its not the bulbs..its not the fuse...i don tthink its the mutil function switch cuz my wipers and headlights work..i did research online and im getting it could be a flasher relay or a flasher module...i took it to a shop a while ago and he said it wasnt the flasher it was the module but i thought he was tryin to rip me off.. how can i tell ? it is easy to do so i can save money and do it myself?
Dodge hides all the good stuff. If you have a tilt wheel it's not too bad. Your flasher module is located just to the right of your flasher unit. Whatever you do (if you decide to do it yourself) remove the ground wire on the left strut tower and disconnect your battery. Do both of these as touching the wrong thin under the cover your going to take off WILL ACTIVATE YOUR AIRBAG if you don't take those two precautions. Tilt your wheel all of the way down towards you, remove the two screws on the steering wheel column, it is the square unit and simply unplugs. You may have to go to a dealer for the part, my local Napa was able to special order it for me but it's an expensive one, if you have a local junkyard that might be a better way to go as it isn't a part that fails very often. That's where it is on the 1999 hope it's the same for you. Good luck.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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