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Why does the right side get a weak signal when the left turn signal blinks and the left signal stay on solid when the headlights are on?

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2007-04-14 17:24:37
2007-04-14 17:24:37

One of the signal bulbs on the left side has its ground terminal disconnected. The circuit is completed through the headlights and right turn wiring. Look for the following: - Corroded bulb socket - Loose socket holder (often the ground is made through the metal-to-metal contact) - Damaged wiring Turn on the headlights to find which bulb. That bulb won't light when the signal is turned on.

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