ding ding ding! Winnar!93Flareside;n3542676 said:$2000
lolScarFace88;n3542708 said:Tree FIddy!
:lol: Thanks! You’re too kind!LP;n3542709 said:Have ridden in RH's new kia. Twas very nice, especially the interior, the creature comforts and it's ability to spin its wheels in snow. A+ 10/10 would ride in again.
It does have a tilt/telescope steering wheel. I'll definitely try this.CraigB;n3544078 said:Does it have a tilt steering wheel? If so, when it doesn't work next, put the signal on, unlock the tilt mechanism, and move it up and down. I once ran into an issue with a friend's Explorer where the pin for the signal came loose from the plug at the multi-function switch.
93Flareside;n3544341 said:Eh, could be like Jeep patriots where the contact pins bend away from the bulb over time. Had that late this past summer on mine. I had an intermittent rear turn signal like what you?re saying.
Try flipping the indicator on, going to the offending bulb and wiggle it around in the socket. If it starts working, try shaking the socket and see if the bulb goes out.
CraigB;n3544351 said:Good point. I recently had a reverse light go out, pulled the bulb, put it back in and it's worked ever since.