[DML] Turn Signal - Found Problem - How to Fix?
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[DML] Turn Signal - Found Problem - How to Fix?



On the turn signal socket there are 3 wires connected to it. There is a 
green which I assume is the negative/ground and a red wire which is the 
positive for the parking light. Both of these are sodered to the inside 
of the socket. There is also a black wire which is the positive for the 
turn signal. And there is my problem. The black wire isn't sodered to 
the inside of the socket...it is affixed using one of those tiny slip 
on plug things. The end of the wire is a flat metal male end and on the 
socket is a female receving end it plugs into. Well, mine got corroded 
and the male and female ends rusted together and broke completely off 
the socket. How can I fix this? There is no longer any nub sticking out 
of the socket. Can I just buy a new socket somewhere?


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