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What size of speakers do a Dodge Avenger 2013 SXT have?

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Answer #1 | 10/05 2015 21:19
Maybe it's loose?
Positive: 54.545454545455 %
Answer #2 | 10/05 2015 22:18
Here's what I'd recommend that you do change all the bulbs for marker/signal front and rear.I bet that will fix the issue and the bulbs aren't expensive pop them out and replace them one by one. Hope that helps and best of luck.By the way the reason why you probably get some response from the bulb when you push auto lock etc on your key fob is bec their dual bulbs meaning there's two bulbs inside one bulb and one of the bulbs is working or it's some what working.
Positive: 55.555555555556 %
Answer #3 | 10/05 2015 21:25
Ok. If you are incapable of doing anything more than ask, then go see the dealership or an auto electric shop. If you can have a look at the bulb and socket, maybe you'll see something. I would be using a voltmeter to check for +12 volts, and a ground path return.
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Answer #4 | 10/05 2015 15:32
check the turn signal bulbs....lock up flash probably a different bulb
Positive: 50 %
Answer #5 | 10/05 2015 22:32
check the turn signal bulbs....lock up flash probably a different bulb
Positive: 50 %
Answer #6 | 10/05 2015 15:18
Here's what I'd recommend that you do change all the bulbs for marker/signal front and rear.I bet that will fix the issue and the bulbs aren't expensive pop them out and replace them one by one. Hope that helps and best of luck.By the way the reason why you probably get some response from the bulb when you push auto lock etc on your key fob is bec their dual bulbs meaning there's two bulbs inside one bulb and one of the bulbs is working or it's some what working.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 10/05 2015 14:19
Maybe it's loose?
Positive: 37.5 %
Answer #8 | 10/05 2015 14:25
Ok. If you are incapable of doing anything more than ask, then go see the dealership or an auto electric shop. If you can have a look at the bulb and socket, maybe you'll see something. I would be using a voltmeter to check for +12 volts, and a ground path return.
Positive: 37.5 %

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