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Rear passenger flasher won't come on changed bulb and it still won't come on

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Check for blown Turn signal fuse. A bad bulb is usually indicated by turn signal indicator light on the instrument panel staying on (No flash function). Also check the wiring harness on the chassis. ( left rear, usually close to bumper) Check the connector that feeds power to the rear lights for corrosion.

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  • Joe Stanton May 08, 2017

    Replace the signalstat (flasher switch).They need to be replaced periodically. Switch is usually plugged into the fuse block

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