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You are having problems with grounding issues. Take your turn signals apart and clean the corrosion out of the light sockets. Replace any bulbs that are blackened inside or not clear. When all the light sockets are clean all blinkers should work/flash correctly.
Sounds like a crossed wiring connection somewhere, if the four-way flashers are turning on the high-beam indicator.
Check all the connectors in the associated wiring harnesses for the instrument panel.
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Common Power To Left and Right Signal , orange wire to flasher relay for left black wire for right, there are two relays inside flasher module 1 the left and right signal share the other is for the hazards. The is a common ground for the signal lights and hazard so if one side works good ground if the hazard works good ground...maybe power wire from 320 dollar turn signal unit maybe 160 on ebay....hope this helps keep smiling.....Doug in Clermont, Florida
that is because they run off different systems, they both have thier own relays, normally the common fault with flashers not working is either, fuse, or relay (flasher repeter unit), if you turn your turn signals left or right can you hear a click click click noise? if not its your flasher unit, hope this helps
The most common cause of your problem is the Flasher Unit. Functioning four way flashers doesn't mean the existing unit is working. Also, there are multiple flasher units on some cars. Since the bulbs are all working, replacing the flasher unit makes the most sense.
Usually when your signal blinks rapidly it indicates a blown bulb. Switch on your four-way flashers and check your bulbs at each corner. On the brake light staying lit, check to see if the left-rear bulb is installed correctly and is the correct bulb for the application. I've seen people force bulbs in sockets causing the braking element of the bulb to light instead of the parking element. The braking element is much brighter than the parking element.