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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-12-2008, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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turn signal short

when i put on my left turn signal it blinks on the dash, but so does my right (though not as bright) and also my high beam indicator on my dash blinks with the turn signal if i don't have my high beam on. i unplugged the left and it still does it. i have the tripage CA tail light and wastendesign flush mounts. i have been searching all day and can't find a short or anything. any have a clue?

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Did you use resistors when you installed your turn signals ?



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meo, i did not.

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Try http://www.customled.com/PRODUCTS/FL...sher_relay.htm . You do need this or resistors to get the blink rate right. Don't know if it fixes your other problems.
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One way to solve the issue add resistors or get an after market turn signal relay
which is the cleaner easier solution here is a link to the relay option
http://www.customled.com/PRODUCTS/FL...sher_relay.htm



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its not a fast blink or slow blink issue, the actual signals work fine and blink fine. but when i turn on my left, the green lights on the dash both blink along wiht my blue light for the high beam. even does it when both left and right signals are unplugged.

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Ok got you sorry about the mix up check the cluster's harness
it might have gotten loose



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i can't find anything jacked up....

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Just for shits and giggles check the battery terminals they might
have gotten loose



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edit. thx i made my on thread.

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