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My 2000 Plymouth Voyager right turn signal won't work, i changed bulbs and it still didn't work, the brake and reverse lights work with those same bulbs

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This also happened to my GrandVoyager and it was the 4-function multi flasher cost about $40 to fix

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Check the bulb socket for corrosion. This is a rather common problem. You can clean up the socket contacts and it should work, or if it's corroded badly you can replace the socket itself.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 plymouth grand voyager - right turn signal

the back bulb is out, replace it.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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