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post #1 of 10 Old 05-28-2013, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Signal lights issue

So my 87 Comanches signal light stop working I change the flasher it's not that so I'm figuring its a ground or the signal arm itself any ideas??

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post #2 of 10 Old 05-28-2013, 04:31 PM
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my 89 was the front socket on one and connector plug on the other side..

check the sockets and connections behind the lens first..
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So my 87 Comanches signal light stop working I change the flasher it's not that so I'm figuring its a ground or the signal arm itself any ideas??
There's 2 flashers. Sure you swapped the correct one? One is for turns, the othe other hazards.

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I'm not stupid I already said I changed the flasher so it's not the flasher it's the arm or a bad ground please read before you reply
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we asked/answered....he never said .........wow........good luck...
we'll sit back now and watch....k....
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I'm not stupid I already said I changed the flasher so it's not the flasher it's the arm or a bad ground please read before you reply
Listen, piss-ant. There are 2 identical looking flashers in that fusebox!! Very common for people to mistakenly check the wrong one or be unaware there are 2 flashers in the box. Your attitude stinks. You're on your own know-it-all.

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I checked both I didn't give you additude btw, it's just frustrating getting told something that I've tried several times so just calm the frick down buddy
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I checked both I didn't give you additude btw, it's just frustrating getting told something that I've tried several times so just calm the frick down buddy

Yeah. A whole 1 time you were told that, so you start giving us crap.

I'm calm as I can be. MY turn signals work in all 3 of my Jeeps. No hand signals or temper tantrums from me.

MJ40: How are your turn signals working?

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Yeah. A whole 1 time you were told that, so you start giving us crap.

I'm calm as I can be. MY turn signals work in all 3 of my Jeeps. No hand signals or temper tantrums from me.

MJ40: How are your turn signals working?
used as a snowplow for winter and bush ride through the summer.... i'm the guy signaling in the bush....
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used as a snowplow for winter and bush ride through the summer.... i'm the guy signaling in the bush....
Glad to hear it. Panties aren't in a bunch and no need for Midol? Life is good.

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