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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-30-2015, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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I'm having troubles with my turn signals on my 93. When I go to put them on they just stay stuck on and don't blink. All bulbs work and flashers still work properly. What else should I check for?

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Front turn signals are tied into the front fender lower amber side marker lights...if those are burnt out it can cause that issue.

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Those are also good
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Not to hyjack but what if the turn signal dash lights stays lit even when your not using it?

Also Eddie M, my truck had that problem and its turned out to be that my voltage regulator wasn't working therefor my alternator wasn't charging the battery and not having enough juice to blink the blinker (or do anything else for that matter)

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at least in old cars (Chryslers) when a dash turn signal is on, it means there is a burnt out or not working bulb,on the same side as the lit dash light.
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It's just doesn't blink. When I go to put it on it just stays on no blinking. All bulbs are okay
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