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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On your 98 Dakota.
Is equipaded with a single Flasher.
If you replace all ready.
Check the FUSE # 10, 15 amp..
On the Fuse box. left side of Dash.
and the FUSE D 25, amp. On engine compartment Fuse box.
Check the proper funtion of the HAZARD switch.
Bacause if the Hazard switch is bad the turn signal don't will work. Match the OLD flasher with the New one.
If after of this still not work.
Remove the steering wheel cover, locate the Turn signal switch connector and with a TEST Light check power with the Key ON
12v. to the RED wire and PINK wire..
If you found 12v. check the connection with the switch.
If the connection is good. you will need to replace the turn signal switch.
But if you don't found 12v. You need to look a an open circuit.
And fix it..
I hope this help on your problem..
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Posted on Sep 01, 2008
The tail lights on the 98 use the screws that hold the light to the body of the jeep to ground the lights. Chances are the wholes that the screws/bolts goes into have a coating of rust around them and are stopping the lights from grounding. This may not be the solution but you need to eliminate this from your list.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
There should also be a unit called the electronic flash module / unit. It should be somewhere under the driver's side dash.. unfortunately I do not know where in particular
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
The turn signal flasher assembly is located under the driver's side of the instrument panel, on the front of the fuse panel, or under the center section of the instrument panel in the relay/flasher block. This is ,basically, the controller for your turn signals.
Click here to view a picture of the flasher switch.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
renew the brake light switch it has two circuits inside it
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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