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Re: 1973 vw beetle sedan--turn signal
I beleve the flasher on this cars, i suppesed to have a ground cable
most of times it is brown color, try to locate the flasher and make sure you have the ground and also the ignition switch power going to the turn signals flasher
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odd speed blinker is a message to tell you that a light bulb has burned or is disconnected. All front lights can be replaced from the engine compartment EXCEPT the turn signal :( .Unfortunately you will have to pull the headlight assembly out in order to reach the turn signal bulb. If the light was off since the assembly was replaced, there is a chance that the socket was simply left unplugged.
you have two options one your relay is bad that is also you hazard switch replace that first the cheaper of the two fixes other one is the turn signal stalk itself is bad. that you might want to take to a shop
You are talking about the turn signal flasher unit correct?
This is not where or what you would expect.
It's all contained in the 4 way flasher switch located on the same panel that hold your climate controls.
They engineers at VW put the entire flasher control unit on the back of the switch for the emergency flashers.