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Old 06-07-2008, 21:09   #1 (permalink)
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'01 SCrew 4x4 turn signal stops when brakes applied

Hi all,
I've had fun getting info from searching past threads and reading the discussions. Now I can't find a fix. My '01 SCrew's turn signal lights both flash when I turn the right or left turn lever on. To make it more confusing, in the cab the turn indicator flashes unless I hit the brakes, then they stop (inside the cab, outside the flashers are still both going) Any ideas? Thanks
Jmc

FYI I did check the lamps and the fuses. They're all fine.

Update...Problem solved. The flat 4 trailer connection had a bad ground. (I haul a trailer almost every day) Fixed the ground and am back on track.

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