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Old 07-20-2005, 16:01   #1 (permalink)
sawm
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1994 Ford Explorer brake light and turn signal

HI! Yesterday my right turn signal stopped working. The light goes on but
does not blink on the "dash board" and the light does not blink or go on in
the front or back on the right side only. Also, the brake light on the
right does not come on and neither does the center brake light. I'd think
it was just the light bulb except the light signal does not blink inside
the car. It's like it is stuck on. Help. Thanks!

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Old 07-20-2005, 23:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 1994 Ford Explorer brake light and turn signal


"sawm" <sashalite2@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:2dc564e465d0c0504b8d8876f691c64e@localhost.talkaboutautos.com...
> HI! Yesterday my right turn signal stopped working. The light goes on

but
> does not blink on the "dash board" and the light does not blink or go on

in
> the front or back on the right side only. Also, the brake light on the
> right does not come on and neither does the center brake light. I'd think
> it was just the light bulb except the light signal does not blink inside
> the car. It's like it is stuck on. Help. Thanks!


I had a similar problem when I installed one of those trailer hitch covers
with a brake light in it from Harbor Fright. Guess it was wired wrong.
Maybe you have a shorted out bulb in one of your tail lights or a short in
the trailer wiring.

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