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Left side signal light blinks continuously. All bulbs are good and no fuses blew.

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Check for any problem with the switching assembly the one which we call as combination switch assembly commonly use for regular light operation like park light, head light, & side indicator or signal light if that is also stick or damaged internally then also it can happen, other possibility check for wiring harness for any shot circuit problem or earth problem then let us know any time friend till then have safe driving & happy motoring

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Generally speaking, symptoms of a bad or failing turn signal bulb are usually the culprit...in your case, either it's the front left or rear bulb. Varies for different vehicle makes...common signs include:
  1. turn signal light staying on solid
  2. or blinking very fast
  3. or either sides of the bulbs stop blinking altogether.
To test this, make sure you reconnect everything you disconnected.
Turn the left signal light on; go to the front of the vehicle, is the turn signal bulb illuminated? If it lights up, even though it is not blinking obviously the bulb is okay. If it doesn't, replace it- problem solved. You'll do the same procedure for the rear turn signal Is that lit up? If not replace the bulb and the problem is solved.
Another common failure is when the turn signal blinks really fast, same procedure as mentioned above.
If both bulbs for the left side and right side illuminate but don't blink, the problem is in the steering column turn signal switch.
If the left or right side blinkers don't work properly at all...then check the integrated hazard warning/turn signal flasher relay- that may be defective; again, that's usually the case if both sides of the signal light don't work.
If you are blowing any fuses related to the flasher system, you have an electrical overload in the turn signal circuitry.

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How many lights are "normally blinking when you set your turn signal either left or right? Just front and back? Or Front and back and side lights as well? If one of the set in no good, it does/could affect the other ones and as a result, you get the fast blinking you describe. Check the good side , and compare.
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When your turn signal indicator flashes faster than normal on either side, is telling you that you have a blown or defective bulb that needs to be replaced on that particular side.
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