your rear bulb is blown - replace the bulb The turn signal blinks fast because the bulb is going out. That is also why the others dont blink.
Check the back signal light. Usually if the front blinks fast the back is out or need to be replace. Vice versa
Usually when the turn signal indicator in the car blinks fast is because one of the bulbs is blown. Check to make sure all your indicators are working when you turn on your left blinker. There are at least 3, front.. mirror... and rear.
One of the front blinker bulbs is burnt out. Replace the bad bulb and the blink should function normaly. you have a front right turn signal bulb that is burned out. the resone it blinks fast is there is less load on the flasher .
It means that a light bulb is out on the side where the light solid (not blinking) it could be in the front or rear of the vehicle.
If your blinker is blinking at a faster rate than normal, it usually means that one of the bulbs is out. For example, if the left turn signal blinks faster than usual, check either the front or the rear left turn signal. If both turn signals seem okay, check the front left parking light. (this is the front orange light that is on when your headlights are on)
Your left rear signal bulb is burnt out. Both signal bulbs work on a single circuit, so when one goes bad the other receives enough voltage for both, causing to front to blink at least twice as fast. Change the bulb, everything else will repair itself
If you are referring to the blinker indicators on the dash board, it is because one the signal light bulbs need to be replaced. The side that blinks faster is the side where the bulb needs to be replaced. Turn the blinker on and walk around the car to see if it is the rear or front bulb that needs replacement.
Answer 1: You may need to replace the bulb. Answer 2: In my experience it indicates that one (front or rear) of the right turn signal bulbs has blown and needs replaced. If it blinks normal speed with the left turn signal then it's not likely to be the flasher relay. Hope this helps.
Just replace the front bulb, it's no good. That's why the rear one blinks so fast. I'll bet it blinks fast on the dash board too, doesn't it?
If you mean it stays on and does not blink then check the other turn signal bulbs on the right side front/back. If it blinks but does not turn off when you make a turn then the problem is in the steering column canceler.
flasher will not flash when circuit is open or shorted replace left front turn signal bulb
A bulb has burnt out that is why it is blinking fast. Check the front and rear bulbs.
Look from the outside. Either the front or back bulb is burned out.
You have a blown bulb either front or rear.
Add more blinker fluid.
The rear bulb has blown, replace it. The blinker unit is dependant on enough current passing through it, to blink at the correct rate. The front, rear and any side indicators, are wired in parallel on the same side circuit. When a bulb blows the current is reduced causing the remaining lamps to blink more quickly. If both rear lights don't work and the bulbs check out OK, look for poor earth connections (rusty housing) in the rear lamp clusters.
One of the bulbs is burned out on the left side. The left front or rear bulb is burned out. Same problem with left side blinking rapidly and right side blinking normal speed. Both left side bulbs are lighting up, however?? Replaced both anyway and the problem still exists.
the flasher located on the fuse block is more than likely burnt out
Either the front or rear bulb is burnt out.
Bad bulb socket? Broken Wire to socket?
One of the bulbs is burned out. Turn on the blinker and look at the front and back turn signals to find out which one.
You probably have a burned light bulb, either in the front or rear.
The bulb socket or the ground for the right front may have an issue. If they check out okay try replacing the flasher relay.
check your bulbs, this happens when a light bulb is burnt out good luck