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watching this one, I have an 07 and curious. Being that its an electronic flasher, poss bad flasher or low voltage to the flasher?
 

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Does it happen when you put on the brakes? I drive a tractor trailer and when this happens its either a short or the fillament in the bulb has broke and is crossing over to the other fillament in the bulb. Thats the only thing I can think of off the top of me olde head:dunno:
 

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When I first got mine, dont know if its a known issue with dodge or not, but the connector for the turn signals on the front were not making a good connection, so mine left turn signal was on the fritz. I unplugged it, and gave the prongs about a 30 degree twist and now the contact is perfect and have not had any more issues.

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just an example, not pulling my headlight of to take a picture :D
 

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On a 07 its all electronic, no plugin flasher unit.
 

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On a 07 its all electronic, no plugin flasher unit.
yeah, i just was thinking that. I would try the connector thing. it worked perfect for me.
 
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