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if you look at the fuse box you will find a yellow or a silver round canistor plugged into the front of the fuse panel this is a flasher and they (2) control your flashing usually the second flasher is plugged in the back of the fuse box almost exactly where the one on the front is located. these are usually the cause of flashing problems. be aware that it also can be the multifunction assembly inside the colum this is usually fairly expensive to have fixed these assemblies can cost a couple of hundred for the part
the flasher relay is located in the fuse panel, But you may want to check the front lights as well since all 4 of the blinkers are linked for the hazzard feature,any one of the bulbs can cause this issue.
as for the faster flashing thats as simple as a blown bulb, replace the bulb and see if that fixes the problem, it may fix the lot because the other symptoms you mention are a bad connection, if bulb is fine check the connection isnt loose or corroded over. if it is simply file it back to establish better connectivity,
There is one flasher that controls all 4 turn signals. If only one light is not flashing the flasher relay is not the problem. If the flasher relay is bad none of them will flash. Check the bulb. The Turn signal flasher relay is located front seating area. It is integral to the hazard switch located in the center of the instrument panel, just above the radio.
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replace flasher......usually located in fuse block area...listen in this area....select passenger side ...then select driver side...you can hear flasher clicking...you have seperate flashers for each...FLASHERS are small cubes plugged into fuse block....probable bad driverside flasher