Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Its the connectors that plug into the lights, poor pin fitment. You can also replace the connectors at the bulbs to correct the problem. Just go to the dodge dealer and ask for the connectors for the turn signals. I have seen this before.You can sometimes take a tiny screw driver and bend the pins in the connector to fix the problem.
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It's most likely NOT the conector for your vehicle but rather the FCM not supplying voltage to the lights.. If you test and do not get voltage to the lights then I would replace the FCM(Front Control Module) that is bolted ot the side of the fuse box under the hood. Its the 5x5 square silver box and it's common to fail.. The proper way to correctly diagnose this issue is to see what codes are in the FCM with a scantool..
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