Question about Cars & Trucks
I suspect that the problem is in the indicator switch and not the lights. To prove this press the hazard lights and if all lights flash it is not the lights or circuits./he indicator unit just flashes and the power is directed to each side depending on where the indicator switch is positioned . If one side flashes first and repositioned to the other side and it won't work then it indicates a switch fault and not bulbs.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If new bulbs don't work, it is probably the harness that holds the bulb. I had to replace both on my car after fighting with the problem for over a year and not knowing.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
the bulb is blown out. you need to change it. also if the bulb is not blown out or if the blinker still blink fast after you change the bulb then you have a ground problem. just remove that blinker light and check the ground wire on it. if you need to replace it and find a good groun on the car. you should be fine. this is all it is .
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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