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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-21-2014, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Turn Signal,sometimes works other times not.

My right rear turn signal always worked up until recently. It is all Stock.
So I thought replacing the bulb but still does the same thing. I'm guessing my flasher relay might be a problem.

But any ideas would help.

If you think it is my flasher where would it be located at and what part number.

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It works sometimes and others it doesnt?I'd look for a loose wire or ground.check the connectors for corrosion.

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The connections are under your seat. Reference a wiring diagram for the proper wires but inspect generally for corrosion. Also, you could have corrosion in the bulb housing.
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The connections are under your seat. Reference a wiring diagram for the proper wires but inspect generally for corrosion. Also, you could have corrosion in the bulb housing.
The bulb housing is clean just as it was on day 1
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I had a connector under the seat that would work loose every so often. That is where I would check first.

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yup. bullet connectors under seat

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Thanks Everyone.
It was the Connectors under my seat...
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Sometimes I turn, sometimes I don't, so it's like 50-50

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