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Turn signals in front don't flash and back flash quickly

The turn signals come on in front but do not flash the turn signals in back flash too quickly

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You need to check signal bulbs and their sockets and their wiring. when you correct problem infront rears will be ok since flasher requires total 4 bulbs to blink at a correct rate. if fronts are out load is limited and flasher acts faster

Posted on Dec 03, 2011

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