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!999 Subaru Legacy L. Left blinker blinks rapid

My left blinker blinks rapid. My front and rear bulbs are good. When I put the headlights on the blinking slows down but still in a rapid and irregular way. I have a 1999 Subaru Legacy L.

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This sounds like a ground issue........ did u replace with new bulbs? not all bad bulbs show" burned " out filiments good luck jimmy

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