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If the right side works correctly than you have a burnt out bulb on the left side. Compare the bulbs that are blinking on the right side to the bulbs that are not blinking on the left side. You should be able to figure out what bulb is not working.
Any other strange electrical issues? Headlights, blower, wipers?
Its quite possibly the ignition switch. Just had to replace it on my daughter's 97 jetta. She had first the blinkers behaving erratically, then it was random electrical issues after that. At first we were sure it was in the combination switch, or the arms off the steering column that operate the blinkers, wipers etc. Unfortunately, that change didn't fix it. After a bit more research I learned the ignition switch on these creates these symptoms. Changing the switch wasn't very difficult with a diagram and a bit of experience and the part was only about 30.00.
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The best place to start on this vehicle is the wiring harnesses that are located in rubber boots between the doors and the body of the vehicle. Peel the boots back and check for broken wiring in all or the doors, especially the drivers door.