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Left signal light is rapidly flashing; just replaced the relay, it's still flashing rapidly. Why?

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There is a burnt bulb somewere.

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SOURCE: Turn signals flashing rapidly

This fast flash is caused by a burnt out bulb in the front or rear.

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SOURCE: 2001 Toyota Avalon - Rear signals

Check the front lights. Usually if i flashes fast it indicate a bulb is out on that side.

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SOURCE: warning light says "check left

I would check the fuse, all the fuse with a tester. As it will not say left rear turn signal and if I had to guess I would say it is a mini fuse under the hood. Hope this helps tim

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