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Flashing very fast turn signal one side lites other goes out

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One of the bulbs is burned out

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Soounds like you have a turn signal bulb out on the left side of your vehicle, most trun signals will flash rapidly if one bulb goes out, check your turn signals on the left side and make sure all the bulbs are working, front and rear..

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You most likely have a bad bulb, if the front bulb goes the rear wont work and vise versa both bulbs must be good to complete the cirrcut. Even though you have no lights you should still hear the flasher relay. Bulbs are cheap just replace both and you'll be good to go. Good luck

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soundds like a ground problem to me .

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