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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its the fuse. wen a bulb blinks fast and cuts in and out its the fuse for the blinker. buy it at pep boys or any part place
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: No Blinkers or flashers
Hi with the blinker blinking fast this tells you a bulb has gone now if you check witch one is working then you will know if its the front or back that needs replacing.
When you know this go and purchase the bulb from any car spares place also the car spares place can tell you the best way to replace the bulb as this varies from model to model.
If you get stuck or need futher assistance then let me know and ill be glad to help
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
you probably got the wrong bulb
those are usualy a different number higher wattage, they look exactly like an 1127 but are a 2027 or even a 3027 check the bulb base it has the number printed on it
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2006 dodge
The fuse for the turn signals is located in the interior fuse panel, usually located under the dash on the drivers side although it may be behind a panel on the side of the dash on the drivers side that you can access when the door is open. The flasher relay is located on or near that fuse panel as well. There is only 1 fuse for the turn signals so if you have some of them but not all of them it's not the fuse. It may still be the relay but I doubt it. That bulb may not look burned but it most likely is. that fast blinking on the right rear is an indicator that the front bulb is burned or not functioning. It is an indicator dodge built into there lighting systems. Replace the bulb, if that doesn't resolve the problem start check the wiring and look for a grounded wire.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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