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When your headlights are on your right turn signal does not work?

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2006-11-13 11:28:47
2006-11-13 11:28:47

This may be a bad dual filiment bulb (1157,3057) dependin on year. Also the bulb may be in backwards. This is hard to do but is a possibility. If the signal indicator is on and stays on it is most likely a bad bulb. Otherwise you have a broken wire or a short in the lighting harness.

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