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Flasher Relay Location? Pics please?!?

Ok, I'm having a hell of a problem;

I have troubleshot the problem and it turns out it is the blue/white signal wire. I believe that it is not making a good connection, and thus I need to know WHERE it leads to, and where it'd be connecting, because there is a poor connection there.


Still need to know where the flasher relay IS at... can't find it under the dash, would like to avoid dismantling the dash if I can.

What's going on is that I am not able to use my passenger side forward turn signal. It kinda blinks on for one pulse and then quits, but the driver's side works just fine, and the hazards function correctly. It will also flash the rear blinker if you have the parking lights off.

I am pretty sure it isn't so much of a problem with the wiring harness as it is with what I am suspicious of being the flasher... but I could be wrong. Anyhow, where the hell is that damn flasher? Chilton's says it's under the dashpanel on the right but I couldn't find the damn thing. Does anyone have a photo of it?

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The module operates both the left and right turn signals. You would not have a problem on one side and not the other if the module were at fault. Your problem is somewhere else. The module is mounted behind the instrument panel on the left hand side.
 

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they are correct, 3157's.

hm, well then I suppose I'll have to try new harnesses for the turn signals. really, that's the only place it could be.

Thanks!

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The flasher is under the dash up behind the vent to left of the steering column along the out side of the car.

-Miller
 

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where does the blue/white signal wire lead to on the passenger side.
 

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If you are asking about the white/ lightblue wire (in connector c226 on the mfs) that runs to a split in the primary junction block and then runs to the right front and right rear park/turn lamps. (using the same color all the way to the front and rear)
 

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Where is the primary junction block at?
 

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Still can't find that damn relay... pictures pleasE?
 

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turn on the hazard lights and listen for it.
Ford Fanatic, sorry for this Dodge question{lol}, but ive upgraded my headlights to LED and now nee to upgrade my Flasher switch as well> My roblem is I CANNOT locate that Flasher switch.
I've been under the hood(NO), Behind the Instrument Cluster(NO), and under the dashboard(NO). They say follow the clicking noise and I did, its coming from inside the instrument Cluster,HUH??? Can you help me Ford Fanatic?
 

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He hasn't checked in on the forum in over 3 years, so not sure how much help he might be.

Any luck on the Dodge forums?

Joe
 
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