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Old 08-05-2012, 09:18 AM   #1
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Turn signal problem on my 2003 Journey

Pulled my Journey out for a state inspection , I found that my turn signals flash rapidly left and right side. The hazards flash normal. I checked all the lamps,Ok. And I checked all the chassis ground connections that i could find. No luck. Has anyone come across something like this? I remember them working when i stored it. O, the air horns quit working also but i found some threads talking about them.


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Old 08-05-2012, 01:05 PM   #2
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I'm guessing now but it could be the flasher as the hazard flasher is a heavy duty one and will flash slower because it is designed to do so but the main one may be a regular flasher and be bad.

That is all I can think of if you checked all the bulbs and they are good.


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You know, I replaced that flasher last year because the turn signals would'nt work. I think i'll replace it again just in case...Thank you for the advise. I did'nt know what to check next

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Thanks again for your suggestion. I went back to the flasher i replaced last year which of course is locacted in a wire bundle nitemare...Got to looking and found another flasher covered up with wires. It seems i replaced the hazard flasher last year not the turn signals. Not sure why the turn signals started working last year unless moving the wires around made the turn signal flasher start...anyway, they now flash at the right speed with the new flasher. Thank You

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