Sounds like a weak turn signal flasher
It looks like your left front one is burnt out. When there is not enough current flow the good light will not flash.
More than likely the Flasher Relay is bad.
Could be a burnt out bulb or a bad flasher unit.
Sounds like you need a new flasher.
under the steering wheel you have to take the how thing apart and its a round thing p.s. its connected to the turn signal lever
a bulb is out
You may need a new flasher.
Check your bulbs, most of the time if you have a bad bulb, the side with the bad bulb will stay lit, and not flash, but the other will work fine, your hazards should work, unless you drive a 72 nova
Be sure the 4-way is turned off.
You could be hitting the flash feature on the turn signal arm when you use it.
Depending on year of vehicle - may have a separate turn signal flasher that may be defective
You did not mention if it is a bulb problem or it will not flash. If it blinks faster on one side than the other, then you have a bad bulb. Check them and determine which is not working and replace it. If the indicator stays on steady, then you have a flasher problem. it will not flash
If the turn signal lights come on but do not flash, then Flasher Relay is defective, replace it. If they flash but one does not work the bulb is bad, replace it. Flasher Relay is located below left hand side of steering column.
Flasher is under the dash, drivers side, follow the clicking sound the signal makes when turned on. That sound comes from the flasher. If signal is staying on it could be you have a bulb or two out. Check your signal lights before replacing the flasher.
First thing is to check for a burnt out bulb in either the front or rear turn signal for the side that stays lit. Second, if the bulbs are fine then check for a bad turn signal fuse/cannister. Hope this helps.
in the fuse panel both turn signals are operated on one fuse. the flasher unit makes it flash.
Turn signal indicators are lights. The flash to tell you, or indicate, that a turn signal is on, and which way the lights are flashing.
Twice a century.
The airbag warning signal might flash on the Hyundai Sonata dashboard if the component is malfunctioning. It should be checked by a mechanic.
A mis-wiring or short circuit somewhere between the controls, fusebox and lights.
Burnt out bulb.
The front or rear turn signal flasher bulb may be burned out and needs to be replaced. The turn signal flasher my be defective and should be replaced. The hazzard lights have a flasher unit of their own. These are found up in under the dash in the steering column area.
You need to replace the turn signal bulb. When bulb is burnt out the turn signal will flash faster.
The turn signal flasher is what makes the noise and lets the turn signal flash.