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Unread 05-05-2009, 03:51 PM   #1
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02 Wj Bizarre turn signal wont turn off

Greetings folks,

My wife's 02 wj has a rt turn signal that when she flips the lever it just stays on solid- no blink. I figure this will be an easy one and picked up some bulbs, replaced all- no help. Picked up a combo flasher- no help either. I did a continuity check on the multi function switch and it looks like I have continuity on the correct pins when signalling lt or rt.

Now here is where it gets bizarre, last week while parked in the garage about 4 hours after she came home I noticed that the Rt turn signals were still on. I started the car and moved the signal lever to no avail. Sometime during the night it shut itself off.
Now it's back to square one, when I signal it just stays on solid- no blink.

Help !!!!

PS I could use a wiring diagram for this year, if anyone has one.


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