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Fast blinking flasher

All of a sudden my right blinker is blinking really fast on my 05 honda pilot.

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  • alvinclose Nov 30, 2008

    but if you look from the outside you can see them blink

  • alvinclose Nov 30, 2008

    did not think of that, thank you so much

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Check for a burnt out bulb somewhere.

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That means that one of your bulbs on that side is burnt out (either front or rear) most auto parts stores will replace the bulb for you at no additional cost

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    Antonio Boscia Nov 30, 2008

    alot them are double filliment bulbs so check to make sure the parking light and brake lights are working properly also, you will need someone to look while you push the pedal/switches

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    Antonio Boscia Nov 30, 2008

    no problem, happy i could help

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