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My drivers side blinker works erratically,both bulbs are new sometimes neither side works i'm thinking flasher module?

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Put the turn signal on the the right and count how many bulbs you see blinking counting front and rear,
Then put it on the left and see if the same amount are blinking,It sounds like one bulb is out or someone replaced a bulb with the wrong one,either of these cases will make it blink faster than normal.

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