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Check you running light bulb.. some of those have two elements in them and one side could be blow inside the single bulb. The blinking is how the car tells you that you have a bad bulb, or maybe a short. Mostly likely it just a bulb.
this indicates a problem battery (have a load test done on it) , drive belt adjustment or condition or problem alternator out put
with the head lights on there is insufficient capacity from the battery and/or alternator to keep everything running as it should
Had a similar question a few days ago and it turned out to be a earth or ground in colonial english which is behind one of the headlights under the bonnet sorry hood in colonial english as correctly pointed out on gas monkey garage the other night on TV but check the ground connection behind the headlight but i cannot remember which side but have a look and iam sure you will find it as i have no practical experiance of this vehilce sorry but our europeon vehicles are normally smaller and a diesel engine
DUDE!!! Installing a new ground Worked for these symptoms ive been having for MONTHS! Dim headlights, pressing brake would shut off radio, turn signal slow and non blinking, also would shut down radio, dash lights dim and gauges FREAKING OUT!!! Process CHEAP AND EASY!
I believe in your car there are two flasher relays. one for the hazard and one for the turn. the turn is mounted on the steering column, up by the fire wall. Newer models have them both in one relay. and one side can go bad
You will need to use a test light to verify voltage at the turn signal flasher.
Turn the key on to the run position, car does not need to be started.
Set the turn signal switch to right or left turn, doesn't matter.
Probe the "purple" wire terminal at the flasher unit. If the turn signal switch is working properly, you will have voltage at the flasher unit.
If you do not have voltage, the switch may be the problem, make certain all connectors to the steering column are fully seated and there are no broken wires.
Good luck and let me know.