Question about 1993 Toyota Corolla
Ok. Quite suddenly a few weeks ago, my right-hand indicator started speeding up. The left has remained unchanged this whole time. When I first start the car, the right indicator remains at a constant rate, albeit faster than the left, however the more the car warms up, the indicator starts fast and accellerates until the lights are almost on constantly. All bulbs are working and don't seem to be the problem as I have swapped them with those on the left with no change. I then went to supercheap and got a replacement flasher/canister which after trying I still had the same problem. Any ideas as to what could be the problem?
Thanks for any help.
If you have all of the correct wattage bulbs installed, and they all do indeed work, I would be looking for a bad ground point on the sockets of the bulbs that are flashing rapidly. A corroded ground will cause the bulbs to flash, or "flicker" rapidly, as there is not sufficient body ground for the bulb. Clean all of the sockets if any corrosion/rust/oxidation is present.
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