Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 1500
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Check the fuse for the turn signals in the fuse box located under the hood on the drivers side. Just open it by the loosening the knob on the top of the L-shaped cover. Look inside the cover of the box to find a listing of what fuse controls your turn signals. There is a fuse puller provided, mine is white. Pull the correct fuse and hold it up against a light color surface, if the contact inside is broken/melted try a new fuse of the same amperage, the number on the fuse. If you are lucky this will solve your problem, if after replacing the fuse and trying your turn signals they still fail to work pull the new fuse and see if it has blown if so you have a short in your wiring. Time to get more tech support from a mechanic you trust.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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