have you taken a look at your turn signal fuse? located underneath your dash below the streering colum. the fuse kinda looks like a film canister that might be the cause of the malfunction. You don't mention if the problem lights are on the same side of the vehicle,so here's a couple of ideas. If the lights are on the same side the most probable cause is the turn signal flasher,even if one side works normally.If the lights are on opposite sides the most probable cause is a bad ground at the socket. Ford had a lot of trouble with corrosion on the wires at the sockets.Check the sockets with the bulbs that seem dim,as they are usually the culprits.
omni-directional is the opposite of directional. A directional antenna receives or sends more signal from or to the front than the sides or back.
Check to see if any of your front or back turn signal bulbs are not working. It's either a bad bulb or the turn signal/ hazard flasher relay in your fuse box.
Change the front turn signal light bulb. It's bad.
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.
What kind of vehicle (make & model)?
Check the back signal light. Usually if the front blinks fast the back is out or need to be replace. Vice versa
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One or two front turn signal bulbs is busted. Check your front turn signal bulbs and replace it.
flasher will not flash when circuit is open or shorted replace left front turn signal bulb
Look from the outside. Either the front or back bulb is burned out.
You have a blown bulb either front or rear.
change a front directional on a xj6 1996