When I step on the brake the driver side brake light doesn't turn on all the time also left turn signal light flashes too fast, mechanic said to replace the flasher but.,where is it located? Looked at manual but did not show where flasher is located. The one they sold me is round but it doesn't belong underneath steering column electrical panel.
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Make sure all the bulbs are working in the turn signal. Some front turn signals will use two or more bulbs per side. If any one of these bulbs are burned out it will cause the turn signal to flash at a fast rate. It also could be a bad control lighting control switch a.k.a. multi-function switch.
Usually a fast flashing signal is because one of the bulbs is burned out or shorted out. If the signal and brakes use the same light which many cars do then check the wiring to it and replace bulb. If burns out again then it has a short between the signal switch and the actual light or the brake wiring to it is shorted.
sometimes a bulb can be bad and appear good or there may be nothing wrong with the element but could be a problem in the contacts. if the turn signal is blinking fast and brake light out is an indicator that the bulb is bad if you do not want to replace the bulb without knowing for sure if it is bad take the one out of the other side and try it on the left and see if the problem changes to the right side. although bulbs are only about two dollars for a pack of two even though it seems good replacing it to see if it fixes it would be the first step in troubleshooting the problem. to eliminate the easiest most obvious solution first. i think a new bulb will fix your problem