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Looks can deceive you. If the front light comes on when the turn signal is on but there is no blink you need to find a burned out bulb on that side. Many cars have more than one bulb in the rear. One bulb out of the set can stop the blinking.
If the turn signal is blinking fast on the dash then this means that the bulb is blowned outside of the vehicle. Check to see that all of your exterior turn signals are lighting up and if not then it's time to replace the bulb(s). Hope this was helpful to you
Is it just the passenger side, or is it all turn signals? If it is all of them, it could be as simple as the flasher module. It is a small black box, relay, under the dash. Probably mounted on top of the steering column...it just pulls out...usually the most common symptom is the signal lights up but doesn't blink. It's possible that a bad flasher could cause just the pass side to not blink, but more commonly neither will blink. If the flasher isn't bad, it could be the turn signal switch itself. That involves removing the steering wheel to get to it, so for your sake I hope it's the flasher. Hope this helped some.