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1991 Le Baron Turn Signal Problem

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I recently picked up a 1991 Le Baron convertible. I have been having problems with the turn signals. The 4-way flashers work, but the turn signals do not work. I have replaced the yellow flasher unit along with the fuses and relays located along the inner wall underneath the driver's side dash. I replaced the diode package that the turn signal current runs through. The bulbs, sockets, and turn signal switch have been checked. I am still having problems. So, I went to a Chrysler dealer and asked for some input. He told me that the yellow flasher unit located to the right of the steering column ONLY controls the flashers and NOT the turn signals. I need to look for a separate disc-shaped unit that controls only the turn signals.
So, does anyone know anything about how these turn signals are wired? Where should I be looking for this separate turn signal unit?

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  • dirtdoc13 Jul 11, 2008

    Thanks for the help. I have a Haynes Repair manual. This manual does contain VERY GENERAL wiring diagrams. It gives limited information about ALL midsize chrysler automobiles from '82 to '95. Therefore, it is not very detailed for the LeBaron. It is way too general. I have also checked at various libraries for books (like you say) that specifically pertain to the LeBaron. No luck so far. Any other help/suggestions anyone can throw my way would be greatly appreciated.

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Since all of the relays and fuses were good, I figured something wasn't working in the dash pod. So, in order to fix this problem, I had to replace the entire circuit board that the turn signal unit is plugged into. FYI. The 90 and 91 Le Barons (along with some later years) have what are called "combination flashers." This flasher unit controls BOTH the turn signals and the hazards. It is a yellow unit located under the dashboard to the right of the steering column. I was told to look for a disc-shaped flasher that controls only the turn signals. These disc-shaped flashers were used in earlier Le Barons and earlier Chrysler models, NOT the later ones.

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Hi,
You'll find the problem to a failure of a connection in the switch itself. Fix that, and you will have no problem. The plug-in that may not be making contact which is under the cowl that goes over the instrument panel. 3 screws hold the underside of the cowl panel in place. Once that is removed you can see the switch connecter on the left hand side. Turn the key on to activate the turn signal switch in the left turn position and gently wiggle the connection till the left turn signal comes on.may even try spraying some electronic tuner cleaner but very sparingly. Button everything back up and you should be in fine shape. By the way, Chrysler no longer makes the remote turn signal/dimmer switch for these model Lebarons. That particular remote switch was used in the 1990 thru 1994 Lebaron coupes and convertibles. Should you ever have need of the switch itself about the only place you could find one would be in a salvage yard. The part number for the switch is 5269468.
hopes this helps.
Good luck

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The first thing I would do is goto Autozone and have them pull the part. Take a look at it so you know what you're looking for. Also, many times autozone has diagrams in thier computer that shows how to connect the part. Have them look for that too and show it to you. This is where I always start when I'm not exactly sure what a part looks like or where it's located.

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A Clymer Guide or similar manual will show you the wiring schematic. Should be available online, or in your library.

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