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I'm sure you did already but make sure all turn signals are working, check all of your running lights w/ headlights on then headlights off next Ck the 4 way flashers.. Check headlights too. If all is well R/R the flasher. (located in the fuse box, you'll hear it ticking with the signals on) Good luck
you need to check signal bulbs and their sockets and their wiring. when you correct problem infront rears will be ok since flasher requires total 4 bulbs to blink at a correct rate. if fronts are out load is limited and flasher acts faster
The 2 filament on the LH Front turn signal is most likely burned out, ...........or the ground to it, & the entire socket needs replaced. Caution lights, send signals to ALL FRONT & REAR lights. All turn signal lights must be in working order, as it is a "pulsating" currect surge sent to the bulbs, LH or RH, depending which direction you wisk to turn. If 1 filament is broken, the circuit is incomplete, & no flash will occur. Usually you will get one light that stays on, & the front or rear missing lighting, is the one whichis the culpret.
This is the indicator to tell you that either the front or rear turn signal bulb for the direction that blinks rapidly has burnt out. To test this, place the car in park and engage the rapidly blinking turn signal (the engine does not need to be running). Step out and look at the turn signals to find the culprit and go to the autoparts store to buy another (if you have the money, you should just replace both as the other may go out soon).
Problem solved, Since 3 of the 4 turn signals worked I did not fuse was a problem
but after checking the turn swithch, I pulleded out the fuse which looked ok, but when
I put it back in all the turn signal lights woked! Apparently just one part of the surface
of the fuse was corroded.