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I have no voltage coming out of the TIPM for the left rear turn signal. Can this problem be remedied by having the TIPM reset

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Had the same problem. Resetting the TIPM will not solve your problem. Your TIPM can only be reset 5 times, after that that you will have to buy another one for $1200.00 + $400.00 for the instal which include the re-flashing.

The circuitry portion of the TIPM that control your left turn signal is dead. You will have to have a mechanic by-pass it or you will have to buy a new TIPM.

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