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The light crossinput it into operation is turned on but is fixed

The light crossing of the right or left to put into operation separately stays fixed, ie not turn on or turn off until I make the crossing, the light is turned on but is fixed, that I do.

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  • nizquintero Nov 19, 2008

    the lamp to put it into operation but no light blinks.

    Help me

  • nizquintero Nov 19, 2008

    the lamp to put it into operation but no light blinks.

  • nizquintero Nov 20, 2008

    Yes, we are talking of the flash lights

    I have to replace the flash lights?, In which the car is located?.

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  • nizquintero Nov 20, 2008

    Yes, we are talking of the flash lights. The car is century buick 1993 fuel injection, motor 3.1.

    I have to replace the flash lights?, In which the car is located?.

    Thanks...

  • nizquintero Nov 25, 2008

    Yes, we are talking of the flash lights. The car is century buick 1993 fuel injection, motor 3.1.

    I have to replace the flash lights?, In which the car is located?. Thanks...

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  • Jean Leblanc Nov 19, 2008

    are u talking about the flasher lights? U mean they don't blink but stay on? And which car is it and which lights, front or rear? If rear, which ones, red, yellow....etc.

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