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When i indecat right it dose two flashes to the left then right

It dose not do this all the time .all the bulbs are ok got any ideas

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Maybe relay switch faulty.The main relays are located behind a panel on the drivers side of the facia others in back of engine bay....Or could be switch module which is on your steering column..But at all costs keep back from audi dealerships will rip you off...

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