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Why does a 2001 Jetta right turn signal blink erratically?

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2006-03-04 18:41:08
2006-03-04 18:41:08

If your blinker is blinking at a faster rate than normal, it usually means that one of the bulbs is out. For example, if the left turn signal blinks faster than usual, check either the front or the rear left turn signal. If both turn signals seem okay, check the front left parking light. (this is the front orange light that is on when your headlights are on)

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