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The left-turn signal light on my Jetta is not working properly.

I have a 2001 jetta Wolfsburg. A few days ago the front signal light, driver's side, stopped working properly. When I took the bulb out, it looked good. Nonetheless, I replaced it with a new one. It is still mal-functioning. When the front lights are on, this signal light is also on. It also works when the front lights are on but it signals (clicks off and on) twice as fast as it normally does. And when the headlights are off, the left-turn signal does not work at all. I would very much appreciate receiving your advice on this.

Regards, A. A. Badiei

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Check the wiring there is a problem

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