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My 2010 Chevy Cobalt drivers side rear blinker won't blink and the front light blinks twice as fast. The passenger side is operating normally. I think the bulb is still good, they look good... Any ideas what I need to do to fix this?

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Just exchange the rear signal light bulb for a new one, that will fix the problem Ps, it will be wise to replace the one on the other side as these bulbs have a life expectancy, do them both at the ame time.

Posted on Apr 24, 2013

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SOURCE: Left Signal light isnt blinking on my 2000 300M Chrysler

you need to replace the rear driver side light bulb. it will fix the problem.

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SOURCE: Driver side blinker won't blink

replace the drivers front bulb. There are 2 different elements in the bulb 1 for park lights 1 for directional

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SOURCE: left rear turn signal light on my 1999 chev. s10 is not working

any increase in bink speed is direcly related to a bulb being burt out.

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SOURCE: 2006 Cobalt rear driver side blinker doesn't blink

More than likely its the bulb, the bulb has two filements, one for brake and one for turn signal, If you take it out and hold it up to a light, i bet youll find with a close look one filiment is broken!

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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