When exit the vehicle, on your way into the store, just casually turn your head and then check to make sure your lights aren't on. Later on, at your convenience, you might want to check the fuse box and see if there isn't a fuse blown, as this might solve the notification nightmare. Good Luck and Godspeed to you mam.
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Any other strange electrical issues? Headlights, blower, wipers?
Its quite possibly the ignition switch. Just had to replace it on my daughter's 97 jetta. She had first the blinkers behaving erratically, then it was random electrical issues after that. At first we were sure it was in the combination switch, or the arms off the steering column that operate the blinkers, wipers etc. Unfortunately, that change didn't fix it. After a bit more research I learned the ignition switch on these creates these symptoms. Changing the switch wasn't very difficult with a diagram and a bit of experience and the part was only about 30.00.
Hope I've helped -Good luck!
the rapid blink is because there is a bulb outage some where, Pull Over turn on left Blinker Get out of your car look at the front left blinker hen walk to the rear of your car and look at the left rear Blinker light then do the same for the right side blinkers if all are working rapidly your left right switch is bad
Your gonna have to remove the blinker panels to replace the lights. I'm assuming your talking about the clear rectangular blinkers on the front? If so, start with the orange blinkers on the sides, 2 screws, under that blinker will be 2 more screws to remove the mount that holds your blinkers in place. Look around the 4 corners of your headlight, you'll find more screws. Once you've unscrewed everything you'll be able to remove the blinker mount thing (square-ish piece of plastic) and then you should have access to the clear rectangular blinkers on the front. Very easy.