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How do you fix the right turn rear signal on a 1991 volkswagen jetta that has no juice coming in from the wiring in the back where the rear bulbs are located all other signals work and fuses are good?

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2005-11-30 01:18:32
2005-11-30 01:18:32

Take a 12v tester and check the wiring from the LEFT turn signal back to the right. The harness runs together then splits off so there may be a problem near there.Also check to make sure the grounds are good. These things end up being a frayed or broken wire ,so keep after it ;you will find it. I hope this helps you. Mark

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