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97 JEEP WRANGLER

PROBLEM: FRONT PASSEGNER TURN SIGNAL LIGHT DOES NOT FLASH, HOWEVER WHEN YOU PUT THE TESTER TO IT, IT DOES FLASH....STUMPED. SIDE TURN SIGNAL IS WORKING FINE. HAVE INSTALLED A NEW BLUB AND TRIED A SECOND NEW ONE TOO. ANY THOUGHTS?

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Run a new earth wire to the bulb holder

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