Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
If the actuator switch is under the four way flasher button may be faulty and it may just be the switch in the fuse box or under the hood in a fuse able link. Also check to make sure the combo flasher that the auto parts sold you is the right one . My friend went to parts store to get an oil change and filter , went home dropped the oil , pulled old filter to find new filter was WRONG ONE! What now ??? Am I to use the old filter?? I said NO call the parts store and make them bring you the right filter After all you paid them for the oil and new filter its not your fault they gave you the wrong filter its the parts counter Clerk not doing their JOB and therefore they should bring you the right one. That"s what delivery people R for. I have had the problem of wrong plugs and wires and damned if I'm making another 40 mile one way trip to town and back
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either a multifunction switch, or a body control module problem. Possibly the flasher itself.
Posted on May 12, 2009
This problem sounds like one I have faced several times on my 2001 diesel Dodge. The culprit has been a fuse under the hood in the fuse panel on the driver's side, up near the steering column. Look through the clear top of the fuses you see, chances are excellent that you will find a green one with the little electrode "popped". This is common when you plug a round trailer plug in upside down, or otherwise ground a powered circuit for the lights through the trailer plug. Simply pull and replace, I keep a couple spares in the glove box because of this problem. Also, if you use the truck to go to the auto parts store, keep in mind that you have no brake lights either. Hope this works for you.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
first check all fuses with a test light....and is that the only thing that quit working.... if power good sounds like turn switch it's self
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
SOURCE: My turn signals, and four
you need to locate it fist its usually in the in-board fuse box(under driver side dashboard in a plastic box) the lid of the box should tell you which one it is and it is changed just like a fuse. i hope this helps
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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Turn on the Durango and check each of the four turn signals
to make sure that the bulbs are not burned out. If you find one that has gone
out, replace the bulb and retest the turn signals. When a bulb goes bad on this
circuit, the resulting operation can mimic a bad flasher or one that is
Locate the combination turn signal flasher and relay. It is
on the left end of the driver's dash. Open the access door and view the
collection of relays and fuses. At the left side of the mounting block is a
larger flasher and relay. This is the combination turn signal flasher and
the relay by placing you finger on the relay housing and activating the turn
signal. If you have found the right one, you should feel a clicking as the turn
signal blinks. Remove the relay, replace with the new relay and close the
Start the Durango and activate the turn signals to check that they each work. The light should turn on and should blink. Also, check the hazard lights to make sure they work.
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