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Old 03-15-2015, 05:43 PM   #1
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Rear passenger blinker was out...tried 4 new bulbs, still nothing. The mirror and front blinkers are fast blinking.

Thoughts? Seems awful weird. I did read the SJB has a computer chip that controls the blinkers and no more blinker relay...guessing I just have to replace the SJB next?
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Check the wire make sure it's got a good connection to the bulb
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Check the wire make sure it's got a good connection to the bulb
I tried multiple bulbs on both tail light bulbs and tried them both directions (flipping 180* out) just to make sure they all were tried with multiple good connections. Still nada.
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Is the connector green inside? Do you have a test light or multimeter handy?
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Is the connector green inside? Do you have a test light or multimeter handy?
multimeter is hiding in the garage somewhere, cant find it...if 4 bulbs dont work (outside of the 2 already in it that dont work) and it fast blinks the other blinkers for that side...then its definitely not getting power.
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looks just like this:


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Reason I asked if it was green is if it were corroded, you would lose continuity. Could try swapping the socket from the other side see if that rectifies it. Just to rule out the socket.
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Reason I asked if it was green is if it were corroded, you would lose continuity. Could try swapping the socket from the other side see if that rectifies it. Just to rule out the socket.
oh ya, definitely not corroded. reading up, the smart junction box has to be reprogrammed after replacement too...blah
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anyone else before I order a SJB?
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