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I have a 2006 dodge ram 1500, my right front blinker does not flash, the back right flashes really fast. I checked the front right bulb and it is not burnt out and I cant find a fuse or relay to check.

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The fuse for the turn signals is located in the interior fuse panel, usually located under the dash on the drivers side although it may be behind a panel on the side of the dash on the drivers side that you can access when the door is open. The flasher relay is located on or near that fuse panel as well. There is only 1 fuse for the turn signals so if you have some of them but not all of them it's not the fuse. It may still be the relay but I doubt it. That bulb may not look burned but it most likely is. that fast blinking on the right rear is an indicator that the front bulb is burned or not functioning. It is an indicator dodge built into there lighting systems. Replace the bulb, if that doesn't resolve the problem start check the wiring and look for a grounded wire.

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