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Easy way to find out is to lift both rear wheels off the ground. Have someone turn one wheel and someone hold the opposite one if they both turn at the same time and in the same direction then you have a posi rear. If only one turns or the other turns in the opposite direction it is an "open" rear.
CHECK BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD.CHECK TO SEE IF BLOWER IS GETTING POWER.IF NOT.SWITCH IS BAD.IF YES REPLACE BLOWER MOTOR.IF TURN SIGNALS STOP WORKING.CHECK FUSE FIRST.IF FUSE LOOK GOOD. CHECK BULBS TO SEE IF THEY ARE BLOWN.IF BULBS LOOK GOOD PROBLEM COULD BE WORN OR CORRODED BULB SOCKETS OR.BAD GROUND.OR THE TURN SIGNAL SWITCH IS BAD.
Generally, if a bulb has failed or is making only poor contact, the blink rate will increase since the standard blinker relay uses a thermal strip heated by current flow to the bulbs and when it is too low, it blinks rapidly and briefly.
You still have the front bulbs to check and maybe pulling the fuse for that circuit and plugging it back in might remove some corrosion from the blades.
The flasher relay is probably OK since this would affect both sides.