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SIGNAL out

Well I was driving today and my left turn signal started clicking really rapidly. So sure enough when I get to work., the left rear turn signal isnt working. The front left still works though. What do you guys think bad fuse/connection or just the bulb went out. Also anything special to pull the cover off the rear tail light? Any feedback much appreciated. I know simple question.
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I would say that the bulb is burnt out.

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Originally Posted by redneckcummins
I would say that the bulb is burnt out.
That is the way the truck lets you know that their is a bulb out, I would also go with the bulb, don't think its that difficult to get to the bulb, never had to do it yet though...

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