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Problem with electric on chrysler 300, turn signals and wipers wont come on, traction control kicks off and on.

The turn signals and wipers wont work at all. tried checking the fuses and disconected the battery, is there a way to reset the computer or any idea. Thanks

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Sounds like your turn signal/wiper switch on the side of your steering column is having problems. Like you said, it could very well be your computer. There is no way to reset the computer without the right software tools. I would try wiggling the switch to see if you can get it to work momentarily, if they work for a split second, then you know your switch is bad.

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