I had the same problem happen to my 1995 Nissan Maxima. when i twas put on the machine at the dealership, allegedly, it could be a bad airbag control sending unit. cheapest i found the part (once) was 115 dollars. from the dealer it's 800-1150. .
I just had this same problem and it was the Alternator.
You have a turn signal light-bulb out .
It is not recommended. A flashing flashing check engine light is an indicator of a catalytic converter damaging misfire.
Bad ground, usually at the rear lights.
The hold light is a warning indicator. Essentially, the flashing indicates that there is an electrical problem with the transmission.
If you speak of the indicator light on a smoke alarm flashing - it is due to a low battery. Replace the battery and the light will cease flashing.
1. You have a problem with the cruise control. or 2. If your check engine light is also on, get the code read, cancel the light and the cruise indicator light will probably quit flashing and the cruise will start working again.
The blue light is the high-beam indicator. The only reason I can think of that it would be flashing is the headlight relay isn't latching into the high-beam position.
There is a relay switch in the circuit which switches the light on & off when you activate the turn signal.
It could be not a bell, but seat belt reminder light. See "Indicator symbols on the instrument panel" in the Owners manual.
It means your airbag probably will not deploy if you are in an accident. Have it checked out right away.
THANKS BUT I FOUND ANSWER.................The Engine Immobilizer Indicator Light is supposed to flash continually when your key is removed from the ignition
If it's just a round flashing light that has no indication as to it's meaning, it's probably the Daytime Running Light indicator. It's only on when the headlights are OFF. If it's flashing, it generally means that one of your DRL's has burned out.