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How do you fix a rear turn-warning signal not flashing 50-130x per min Blinking to fast?

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2005-10-22 02:05:46
2005-10-22 02:05:46

i think one of your bulbs in another light are out. mine was blinking fast only on one side, so i checked them and replaced the burned out one and it blinked normal again.

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turn on your turn signal and look for the bulb that's not blinkingAnswerThe light that needs to be replaced will be the one that is not flashing. You need to turn on your turn signal and walk around the vehicle to see which one is not flashing.

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usually if it is flashing faster, that is your cars way of telling you that a bulb is burned out

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is the car on? do you have the signal on? is there a bulb? are there wires connected to the bulb? or just go to a mech and have him figure it out. simple.

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Just replace the bulb. They stop blinking when the bulb goes bad. Usually if a bulb goes bad it will blink rapidly. If it stops blinking entirely or blinks only sometimes your flashing relay may have went out. It's a small box under the steering column usually.

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Possibly by waving your arms or by flashing a torch (flashlight).

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Check for a burned out bulb or could be the turn signal flasher going bad


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