I see this a lot on many vehicles it is simply a warning telling you that it is about to burn out. The reason it blinks faster is so that the bulb doesn't too hot for a longer amount of time than it usually does.
If it blinks fast either one of the two lights are burned out or the relay is failing
Answeri got the same problem.. with a 2000 expedition... darn theft light blinks real fast and the car wont start. help!
Turn signal flasher may be defective
That means it time for a new blinker light it is burned out.
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?
It means one of the lights is burnt out or loose and is not working. Turn on the turn signals and get out of the car and see which bulb is not working. Replace that bulb.
Usually one of two things happen when the resistance of a blinker circuit changes (as would be caused by, say, a bulb burning out or a short in the circuit): either it doesn't blink at all, or it blinks really fast. So the first thing I'd check would be to make sure that the bulb is lighting the way it's supposed to.
bad or wrong bulb is your lights
They will be noisy and wear very fast.
Most likely a bad flasher
That normally happens if one of your flasher bulbs is not working
A bulb has burnt out that is why it is blinking fast. Check the front and rear bulbs.
The difference between slow and fast FHSS is the speed of the transmitting radio signals. Both have signals that are difficult to intercept.
The advantage of drum signals over smoke signals is that drum signals are faster, and you can transfer more information in the same period of time. The speed of drum signals is limited by how fast you can pound the drums, how fast you can hear the drums and still differentiate them as single beats, and how much multi-path echo distortion you get with drums. The speed of smoke signals is limited to how fast you can modulate the smoke into pulses, allowing them to differentiate into distinct puffs as they slowly rise into the air.
it is longer so the short signals of electricity can travel fast it is longer so the short signals of electricity can travel fast
One of the bulbs is burnt out.
If it is not blinking at all or blinks too fast, one of the bulbs is burned out.
not fast really really really fast
Super glue and duct tape.
How do you change the -driver side rear bulb Ford Taurus Station wagon turn indicator? The front indicator works but blinks really fast.
If one of your indicators (front or rear) blinks too fast it normally means that the corrosponding bulb is burnt out. i.e. if the left rear blinks too fast the left front is probably burn out or the terminals on the left front bulb are slightly corroded and not making proper contact.
Where you are and how fast you are traveling.