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Changed multi function switch, bulbs, and passenger side rear light assembly (reverse, blinker, brake light). Everything works except the rear passenger side turn signal but the front passenger side is blinking fast. What is the problem?

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You have a bad connection at the rear passenger side turn signal. It is either the connection is corroded or a wire is loose on the ground side of the circuit.

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