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The front right turn signal on my 2004 Malibu Maxx will not blink

The front right turn signal on my 2004 Malibu Maxx comes on, but will not blink. The directional signal in the car blinks super fast as if the bulb is burned out, but it is not. I have changed the bulb, but it still doesn't work. Needless to say, the emergency flasher does not work for that particular bulb either. All other signals operate normally.

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Try changing the peanut bulb underneath the main flasher as they should alternate when one is on the other is off & so on..

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