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Q: could changing the tie rods cause the turn signal not to work properly? on 2001 Chrysler 300M

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The dealership replaced both inner and outer tie rods and now my turn signal does not work. I replaced the fuse and it still does not work. Could they have messed up something with the turn signal when fixing the tie rods?
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Anything is possible, but there is no correlation between tie rod ends and turn signals.

None of the signals work at all? When you turn the switch, nothing lights up at all?
I have a 2000 Chrysler town and country my turn signals also don't work, let me know if you figure it out...
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