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Right turn signal lamps

When I turn on my lights to signal going right a ''check front lights'' What is happening--it seem that the lights are on. this is on a 1998 LIncoln continental

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  • Learner8 Jan 08, 2009

    The bulbs are on. what is the next thing I should check?

  • Learner8 Jan 11, 2009

    I have been waiting for an answer about the fact that the lights are on but the message is still there. Sorry.

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Sounds like the computer is telling you that you have a bulb out check all the bulbs and see if one is burnt out.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

  • work4it1 Jan 11, 2009

    well make sure all are working some time the smaller marker lite will be out. The computer is sensing some light is out and giving you this reading. The other thing it could be is the light control module i repair all teh lincoln cars at a limo shop where i live and see these go bad quiet often they are about 600.00 so check all the lights very careful

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It is a glitch Lincoln continentals .. What is happening is when u are turning an try to put on blinkers or if you put them on to fast or slow it will make the clicking noise but not activate the lights i have the same problem on my 98 Lincoln continental its no big deal all u have to do is hit the reset button on your cars control panel located above radio/tape player... Did This Help?

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