How come when I signal right my blinker flashes twice as fast as left?
IT USUALLY MEANS ONE OF YOUR BULBS ON THE RIGHT SIDE ,EITHER FRONT OR REAR ARE BURNT OUT. At least one of the filaments is dying. You need a new bulb. The front bulb, rear bulb, and dash signal lights are connected by a physical timer. How this timer works is that they have two connectors on one side, that has electricity build up. After X milliseconds, enough electricity has been built up, and it arcs across, completing the circuit. This is when all your bulbs blinks. However since one of your bulbs have been "burned out", the electricity that SHOULD have been used to power the bulb, goes straight to the timer, and builds up the electricity faster resulting in a faster number of arcs, which is why you see more "blinks".
How do you fix a blinker that is blinking twice as fast as the other and bulbs are changed as well as fuses are too?
What does it mean when the dashboard and outside right turn signal flash twice as fast as normal on a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire?
Hey Jesse===Either the front or rear bulb is burned out. Turn the signal light on and change the bulb that is not lit. GoodluckJoe ^^Probably not the problem.^^ I just fixed this same problem in my '85 Cavie today. When an individual bulb burns out the remaining blinker on that side of the car will flash very fast. This is because the blinker relay wants to flash a set number of times per minute. When…
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