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97 s10 blazer the left turn signal luminates solid when the lights are turned on only. Otherwise they function fine

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  • mshowens Jan 31, 2010

    thanks for you help...I think I found the one...driver front marker light
    thanks

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You have a bad bulb on the exterior somewhere,like a parking light,side marker,or tail light,it is back feeding the circuit.

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