I have a 2005 dodge sprinter .Does anyone know why my directionals work some times

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Asked by Ken Mar 23, 2017 at 05:46 PM about the 2005 Dodge Sprinter Passenger 2500 118 WB RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My turn siganals work some times and some times dont unless i move the
handel or steering wheel or put presure on fuse box.

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177,355

Putting pressure on the fuse box is saying there is a bad wire connection. The turn signal or steering wheel indicate the turn signal switch, or bad wire connection up by the turn signal switch.

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Best Answer Mark helpful
177,355

Your welcome.

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Hi Mark I have another problem now . When I get up to 40 miles an hour and slow down to about 30 it sounds like its gearing down and vibrating . does that mean im low on atf or need a new transmission?

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177,355

Well definitely check the transmission fluid, but I would check the u-joints and the center carrier bearing in the drive shaft.

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Thank you Will do

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