Re: [DML] Turn Signal Malfunction - not sensing front bulb
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Re: [DML] Turn Signal Malfunction - not sensing front bulb

Check the continuity of the green/red wire from the
turn signal stalk to the socket.  It may be as simple
as that connection has come unplugged from the stalk.

Does it flash when you turn on the emergency flashers?
If it does, then the socket and wiring to the socket
are good.

Mike  TPS  1630

--- daviddelorean <daviddelorean@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> My left turn signal is malfunctioning. It is not
> sensing that there is 
> a bulb in the front left socket. When you put the
> left turn signal 'on' 
> it blinks rapidly (as in when the bulb is missing or
> when the bulb is 
> burnt out). The thing is, I have a bulb. I put in a
> new bulb and also 
> switched the bulb to the right side and it works. So
> the bulb is not 
> the problem.  The parking light fillament (dim one)
> illuminates, but no 
> matter what I do the blinker fillament (bright) will
> not illuminate. 
> The socket is clean, no corrosion and the wires are
> in great shape. 
> This is driving me nuts. Any ideas? Should I just
> cut out and put in a 
> new socket?

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