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Left blinker is really fast and the brakelight does not work but the parking light does.

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I had the same problem with my 2002 Explorer Sport. It ended up being a loose wire. left blinker is really fast and the brakelight doe - 4787ca2.jpg6794c36.jpg

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Turn left blinker on look in front and back see whick one is not blicking, one not blinking is the one needs the bulb replaced, burnt out bulb

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