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Re: turn signals in front don't flash and back flash...
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
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The 2 filament on the LH Front turn signal is most likely burned out, ...........or the ground to it, & the entire socket needs replaced. Caution lights, send signals to ALL FRONT & REAR lights. All turn signal lights must be in working order, as it is a "pulsating" currect surge sent to the bulbs, LH or RH, depending which direction you wisk to turn. If 1 filament is broken, the circuit is incomplete, & no flash will occur. Usually you will get one light that stays on, & the front or rear missing lighting, is the one whichis the culpret.
Could be several things but generally this happens when one of the turn signal bulbs is burned out (front or back), especially if it is fast on one side (left vs right). Once the burned out bulb is replaced the flashing returns to normal.