2000 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Relay Location
Flasher relay itself suspect __________________ after all..it's NOT quantum mechanics. This is what Chrysler calls a junction block. I could not convince my mechanic that bought it to replace it. It's quieter than the stock one too. http://elliottwaveresearch.com/dodge-dakota/2000-dodge-dakota-blower-motor-replacement.html
Thanks fellas for any assistance you can give me! Turn signals went out. Find all posts by macgollabhride #2 03-29-2012, 04:08 AM Rakaric Record Breaker Join Date: Sep 2006 Vehicle: Dakota 4x4 4.7L V8 Location: NW suburbs of Chicago, IL Posts: That was my first thought, but I'm REALLY hoping that's not it because it's a REAL pain to remove.
2000 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Relay Location
the reason that the alternators from "Adavance Auto" have a lifetime warantee is because they are CHEEEPPP. I have replaced the rear bulb on the signal with a new bulb. When I try to signal, they may flash once, twice, or not at all.
Dynomax 17219 - Airaid: 300-107. Mark helpful 3,515 Report madmopar answered 2 years ago may be an issue with the flasher. I'm not certain but I think it is coming from the between the kick plate and the dash, around the back-side of the fuse bank. Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Flashing Fast Sign in 72 8 Don't like this video?
I'm not sure where. 99 Durango 5.9, FT 4x4, IP stage III w/ K&N air hat, M1, SCT, Fastman TB, 1.7 RR, JBA headers, Borla cat back, Martin Saine valve body, 1997 Dodge Dakota Turn Signals Not Working By Davey G in forum Durango Discussions 1998-03 Replies: 10 Last Post: 08-23-2005, 10:33 AM front turn signals By DelDurango in forum For Sale Replies: 1 Last Post: 08-22-2005, 09:34 AM WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS, Refer to PASSIVE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/gen/19536.html I was luckey, there is!
Turn on the car, flip the blinker on, and place a voltmeter onto the contact in the bulb socket. 2004 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Problems Sign in Transcript Statistics 44,715 views 71 Like this video? Any other lights not working? Loading...
1997 Dodge Dakota Turn Signals Not Working
Checked to make sure turn signal bulbs are working in front an back and they are just fine except for the fact that they also blink rapidly like the interior blinker http://www.dakotaforumz.com/showthread.php?t=1653 Find all posts by macgollabhride #9 03-29-2012, 04:05 PM macgollabhride Professional Join Date: Oct 2011 Vehicle: 1998 3.9L/V6 Magnum Dodge Dakota 4x4 Club Cab Location: Philadelphia Posts: 199 2000 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Relay Location It appears that I will have to remove the cowel and disconnect the feed tubes from the nozzles and blow back toward the pump to clear the blockage. 2001 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Flasher This forum is dedicated to the Dodge Dakota Truck and its owners!
It looks like you're new here. check over here The left side works and the right side doesn't. And Also got the same issue before When I change my head lights I forgot the ground on my fender So every time I turn on my headlight My wiper is Disassemble tilt. 2001 Dodge Dakota Turn Signal Problems
- Check for continuity between the combination flasher turn signal circuit cavities in the junction block and in the multi-function switch wire harness connector.
- You need an offshore SEEDBOX!
- LifeBuzzN 37,185 views 10:21 Why is my turn signal flashing too fast (or slow)?
- Had a meter right on the seat and was going to check it out when I got to where I was going.
- Ask Your Own Dodge Question Customer: replied7 years ago.
I know this is a late reply.Inspect the connector and the five wires that connect to the resistor board. Loading... lbs.) . his comment is here IN THE WORKS: '92 318 swap, coming closer to completion every dime I can squirrel Shimrra is offline Quote Quick Reply Shimrra View Public Profile Visit Shimrra's homepage!
Sometimes it works fine and sometimes it don't unless you keep shifting the lever up and down. 2000 Dodge Dakota Multifunction Switch Ok. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Jeremy Mhttp://i1230.photobucket.com/albums/...Sig_pic2-1.jpg My signatures do not represent the opinions of Dodge, this forum, or anyone else (including the cookie monster) Reply With
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Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connector from the multifunction switch connector receptacle. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How To Fix a Quick or Fast Flashing Turn Signal on Dodge Truck (Applies to Other Vehicles As Well) canyonman1963 SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe8,2538K Loading... I'm 100 and 1 percent sure that when the truck is dropped off Monday the 29th and the left turn signal works ok when they try it, that will be the Dodge Dakota Flasher Relay MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH - BLACK 24-WAYCAVCIRCUITFUNCTION1V51 20WTINTERMITTENT WIPER MODE SENSE2V52 20DG/RDFRONT WIPER SWITCH MUX3V10 18BRWASHER PUMP CONTROL3V10 18BRWASHER PUMP CONTROL4V6 18DBFUSED IGNITION SWITCH OUTPUT (RUN-ACC)5V48 16RD/GYDRIVER WIPER ARM SIGNAL6V45 18VTDRIVER WIPER ARM
Find More Posts by Shimrra post #8 of 11 Old 04-26-2014, 12:47 AM gpcdist Registered User Join Date: Apr 2014 Posts: 1 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Unplug the combination flasher from the junction block and replace it with a known good unit. If so, the contact resistance is high or the conductivity has been reduced at the terminals and is causing conductor overheating.Order Chrysler part 5017124-AA to repair. weblink I'll head to the parts store and pick one up.
I will try and get my hands on a voltmeter. Attached Thumbnails Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter RAGMAN!!! 99 5.2 SLT+, FM TB, K&N FIPK, Magnaflow 3 1/2", TB/Shackle lifthttp://i172.photobucket.com/albums/w...n1171/DGIF.gif Reply With Quote 05-17-2012, 09:02 I assumed that once it was bad, it was always bad, but I've read that's not always the case.