You have a problem with your ground. A weak ground will always cause this type problem.
Yes look in your manual it will show you were it is but if your having a problem its more likely a wire than the switch.
to the left, right, or under the steering wheel.
More than likely you have a burnt out bulb at the front signal light, rear signal light, or brake light on the right side.
Check the fuses on the car, or the signal bulbs.
A turn signal not working on a 92 Chevy Lumina may be out because of a burnt out bulb. If you replace the bulb and it is still not working, the turn signal switch may need to be replaced. You can get the switch replaced by a mechanic.
My next guess, in this form of troubleshooting, would be a wiring harness problem / fuse problem / pass through or plug problem. IE The computer is telling something to work, but the signal is not getting to the right place.
change the flasher
Check the bulbs. A failed bulb can often cause the signal to stop working on that side.
could be a bad ground
remove passenger side signal front light first then passenger headlight and horn should be right behind below the side passenger signal light!
The horn is behind the right headlight. It looks like a black drum or rubber plate. * on my '93 it is mounted on the firewall passenger side behind the intake manifold. The horn is behind the right turn signal. If you remove the right yellow turn signal light, it's right there.
Replacing the non-working bulb for left turn should resolve the problem and it will stop the cops from pulling you over too.
Most likely, one of the right side turn signal bulbs is burned out.
It has been my experience that a rapid turn signal indicates there is a burnt-out signal light bulb (either front or rear) on the side of the rapid blinking signal. If the right signal is blinking rapidly, the problem is in the signal lights for the right side (front or rear) of the vehicle. Turn the rapid signal on and step out of the vehicle to find which bulb is not lighting.
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i have a 72 nova and the left turn signal blinks faster than the right what is my problem
Either there is a wire lose or the flasher relay is not working right or lose in its socket.
most likely the turn signal flasher, located under the steering column to the right.
Only 1 fuse for turn signals--if others are working could be a bad flasher, bad bulb, or problem in steering column
Get it diagnosed and repaired.
That sounds like a grounding problem, probably near the right side lights. It might be a rusty or disconnected ground wire.
Perhaps a bad turn signal flasher or problem inside the sterring column
Type and age of vehicle would be helpful. But it is probably a short in the turn signal/brake light system. I had that problem once and it turned out it was a bad filament in one of my tail lamps.
Bad bulb socket? Broken Wire to socket?