Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
When I turn my right blinker on, the signal blinks very rapidly. The right rear blinker lightdoesn't work though, and I also noticed the right rear break light doesn't work. Could this be a bad light, a bad fuse, or is it the wiring? I am driving a 2005 ford explorer limited. The problem began after hauling a uhaul trailer.
It's the bulb. There are two filliments in the bulb. One is for when you turn your lights on and the other is for breaking and blinker flashing. When the break filliment goes bad it causes the blinker to flash very rapidly. 100% the bulb. Change it and all will be good again. P.S. if it were a fuse none of the break lights or blinkers would work.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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