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Right blinker dont blink but parking light works

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There are 2 filaments in the bulb. One filament for the blinker and one for the parking light. All you need to do is replace the bulb and everything should work as expected. The blinker filament usually burns out first because of all the on/off cycles

Posted on Jan 08, 2013

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