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Hi Braulio. make sure the park brake is applied and then without starting the engine turn on the ignition. Select the left or right indicator and have a look to see which has mal functioned, front side or rear. Once located replace the blown bulb or have it replaced. Repeat the exorcise for the other side and do the same. Regards John
When your turn signal indicator flashes faster than normal on either side, is telling you that you have a blown or defective bulb that needs to be replaced on that particular side.
Just replace your left rear signal light bulb. Good Day!
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1.Remove the front turn signal assembly mounting screws and slide the assembly forward, out of the vehicle body. 2.Twist the bulb socket a quarter turn counterclockwise, then remove the bulb assembly from the housing 3.The defective bulb can then be removed from the socket and replaced. 4. Installation of the front turn signal assembly is the reverse of removal.