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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If new bulbs don't work, it is probably the harness that holds the bulb. I had to replace both on my car after fighting with the problem for over a year and not knowing.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: TURN SIGNAL BLINKS TO FAST RIGHT
The blinker usually blinks fast when a turn signal light is burnt or not contacting. Check the signal bulbs to see if they are contacting or in good condition. If that is not it. Try replacing the blinker under the dash.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
it should be under the car close to the driver side door. if you can't see it trace it from the fuel tank it should be attached to the fuel line. if you have the repolacement in your hand you will know what you're looking for
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
The first thing to check in this case would be the bulb itself. Remove the 13 plastic body screws retaining the the black plastic shroud at the front of the engine compartment. Next, remove the 2 10mm bolts retaining the lamp assembly. Gently work the assembly loose and pull it away from the vehicle; make sure to keep the assembly supported if you don't disconnect all of the wiring harnesses attached to it. Squeeze the clamp on the wiring harness to the turn signal bulb and remove the harness. Turn the socket assembly to remove the socket and bulb. Gently twist and remove the bulb. You should be able to see if the wire filaments are still continuous.
If the bulb is good, look at the inside of the socket. There is a little copper strip that runs down the side. If it is not sticking out making a " V " shape where the point would touch the side of the bulb, that's generally gonna be the problem. The point of the "V" completes the ground circuit for the bulb. Using a paper clip with a small hook, a precision screwdriver, or something else thin that can give you leverage, GENTLY pull at the strip until it comes out enough to make a good contact. You could also get a replacement socket from the dealership. Ask about rate of failure on this part and other things that would bring about images of recalls, maybe you'll get it free but probably not.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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