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2002 Dodge Durango has a white wire hanging front driver's side & left turn signal does not work, how do I fix it?

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Well, you could always mess around and see if you can connect the loose wire by comparing the left damaged side to the right (working) side. However, I fix a lot of cars for resale and the thing I would be most likely to do is just take my screwdrivers, go to the wrecking yard and buy a replacement.

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