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Old 02-28-2014, 09:41 AM
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My turn signal is not working properly. When i turn my signal to go left the right signal come on. My wiper swithch is on my turn signal, also. They are not working properly. Sometime my turn signal stays on after i have turned them off. Can someone tell me what's going on!!! Cowgirl
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Welcome joining here is a great decision for any RAM owner so much knowledge and information here!

Take a look through here Electrical it is the are for 3rd gens someone else may have had a similar issue
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Howdy Keisha, and welcome to what's affectionately known as "The Z". There's a lot of great knowledge, ideas and info available here on the Z. Don't hesitate to ask a question, share your knowledge and opinions, or boast about your beast.

Sounds like the multi switch, your blinker and wiper switch, is on the blink. They are fairly easy to swap out.
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Welcome to the forum Cowgirl!

You may have a short in the wiring harness that runs in your steering wheel stalk. Wires can chaff and eventually wear through, and short out causing electrical gremlins to appear



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