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My turn signals in my 1997 jeep wrangle won't click and stay on. The left will only if I jiggle the stearing wheel but the right one won't at all and today it won't even activate the signal at all.

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It is most likely the signal switch in the column the leaver that holds it in place when u lift for right or down for left the tabs have prob broke off and the switch its self is bad

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SOURCE: LEFT TRAILER TURN SIGNAL DOES NOT WORK

I'd get a 12vdc test light if you don't have one already & start from plug, and keep probing back from there. It may be as simple as a bad connection under truck where joined into harness.

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SOURCE: Left turn signal does not blink properly.

More than likely it is going to be your clock spring behind the steering wheel.

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SOURCE: 1997 dodge avenger turn signal probs and location

replace the turn signal switch it self, mine did the same thing with the left turn signal, put in fuse and it will continue to flash... went to junk yard pulled one out of a 97 avenger just like mine, swapped them out and now it works fine. looked to be like some corrosion... to repace: 3 screws under columb, 2 screws on side of signal switch (black plastic side). unplug and replace

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SOURCE: rear left and right turn signal lights not working.

the electronic flasher module may be faulty, or you could have blown a fuse

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SOURCE: Tiburon 04, left turn signal lights stay on

replace the turn signal 'Clicker' also known as the turn signal relay. Most likely the problem unless you have a really wierd electical issue that will be hard to isolate...

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Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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