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Ok I want to start off by saying I have NOT checked all my fuses or anything yet. However, I want to see if anyone has any idea what this might be beforehand because this issue came up during the night and it is COLD. Forget all that right now.

I was driving along earlier tonight and noticed that my left turn signal light on the dash has been perpetually lit, that's right, it's not flashing, it is LIT without the signal even being activated. The front left signal is out though. Shortly after I noticed the light on the dash I was greeted by a wonderfully annoying chime. This is the same chime you hear when your low gas light comes on. The only difference is this chime is constantly repeating and really freakin annoying to hear!!!!

I am not getting any engine codes of importance. The car seems to be running fine. It's obviously electrical but I have no idea what the heck this is.

On a non-electrical tangent, what causes a power steering pump to lose fluid and foam up into a nasty yellow color? Do I need a new pump? I have tried flushing it but didn't seem to work.
 

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yeah, makes sense. I found a disconnected red and black wire on the opposite end of what was coming from the headlight fixture. just have to find out where it came from.
 

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where was the wire you reconected? My car chimes from time to time. Usually durring rough driving so i always figured it had a short or bad ground. sometimes my door look cylinoids would seizure a few times then stop also. its kinda of funny when your driving a little rough and a passenger goes whats thet with a look of fear in their eyes. i usualy say its the ohh sh!t warning or self destruct timer.
it was the ground wire coming from the left front turn signal
 

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The chiming is because most chryslers have a feature of 'REMINDING' you to turn off your turn signal if it's on for too long. An 'ANTI-GRANDMA' device if you will. Whatever the electrical problem is/was is probably sending a message to the computer that your turn signal is still on.
Not in this case. I fixed it a long time ago, but a ground wire came lose from a connector on the front left turn signal. Resolder, problem solved.
 
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