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Turn signals i have a problem with my es 300. when headlights are on, right turn signal stays on and left one flashes fast. when headlights are off both flash fast and flash all parking lights ( tail lights license lights etc.) i have replaced the switch flasher and all bulbs to no avail. i am becoming extremely frustrated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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I had the same problem, the circuit board at the turn signal has a break or possible solder malfunction. At Lexus they said it would cost $1600.00 to replace, but tech said he would resolder the area on or near the board, cost was hourly labor rate. ($160.00??) Lexus said no guarantee how long this would last, five years later know problems. This appears to be very common with Lexus.

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Carefully look at each bulb you replaced. You will find that you have replaced a double contact bulb with a single contact bulb or vise versa.

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