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How do you fix the turning signals and hazards on a 1999 Dodge Stratus after the fuse and lights were checked?


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2015-07-15 20:48:32
2015-07-15 20:48:32

Sounds like the problem I just fixed on my '97 Stratus. The flasher is a combo unit for your turn signals and hazard lights. It is located on the top part of the steering column right of the hazard light swith connected to the multifunction switch (turn signal, lights and wiper switch all one unit). The unit is square and not round like most typical flashers. To remove, disconnect the negative terminal under the hood on the left shock tower first. This is to prevent you from accidently activating your airbag. Next move your tilt steering to its lowest position. Then remove the two screws on the steering column cover. Remove cover and just unplug the flasher. Unfortunately, the flasher may be only available from the dealer as it is not a common part (I've checked for days). However, mine came out of a '02 Neon at a wreakers for a quarter of the cost of new. Any Chrysler car using the same turn signal/wiper switch setup should have the part in it. The only mod you may need to do is remove some of the padding on the outside of the flasher to make it fit. .


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Their is no Possible way :) :(

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