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Old 21 Jun 2012, 06:33 pm
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Question 2006 left turn signal out?

My left turn signal started flashing quick on the dash, and is out when viewed from behind.
Is this a bad turn bulb? Is there a relay to replace, and if so where is it?
Sorry if this sounds dumb
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Old 21 Jun 2012, 06:40 pm
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Default Re: 2006 left turn signal out?

Sounds like a bulb to me.
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Old 21 Jun 2012, 06:49 pm
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Ok thank you, I will pull that
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Sounds like a bulb to me.


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Old 21 Jun 2012, 07:58 pm
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Old 21 Jun 2012, 08:24 pm
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Default Re: 2006 left turn signal out?

Hmm not the bulb. Front turn signal works, not rear.
Any suggestions?
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Old 21 Jun 2012, 08:57 pm
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Default Re: 2006 left turn signal out?

Seems like it might be the backer plate the bulb plugs into
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Old 21 Jun 2012, 09:35 pm
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Hmm not that either
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Old 24 Jun 2012, 02:21 pm
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Default Re: 2006 left turn signal out?

So it's not:
1. Turn signal bulb
2. Bulb socket
3. Multi function switch
4. PCM
5. TIPM (disconnected battery to reset)

Im lost

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Old 24 Jul 2012, 11:51 am
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Question Re: 2006 left turn signal out?

I checked the harness plug going into the multi function switch, all wires were tight and connected. This was a problem on ford's.
Still looking for a solution.

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