Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
It seems that there is a fuse which is causing this fault,I would suggest you get a meter and test each fuse at a time,do not assume fuse is ok by just looking.Now if the brake lights work and your signal lights starts to play funny then test the flashing device which looks like a capacitor and from which you hear that click noise when your indicator is working.I hope that this would help you.There could also be a possibility that the brake fuse is making a close circuit and blows off the fuse.A meter is what you need here.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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