Why does my turn signal flash rapidly and dimly?
One of the bulbs have probably burned out. Set the emergency signals on and go to see which one is not blinking. Change burned bulbs in pairs, cause the other one will probably burn out after you change one.
When any turn signal on a vehicle flashes more rapidly than normal, then that means that a signal light on the side that is blinking is burned out. It could be either the front of back. You should check your signals to see if one is burnt out. The brake however should not affect this - you could have a short.
What causes the turn signal on the left to stay lit and not flash in the front and back on a 1997 Chevy Camaro?
A fast flashing turn signal, on most any vehicle, is an indicator that a turn signal bulb is going out or has gone out on that side(i.e. front turn signal on passenger side flashing fast, check the rear turn signal bulb on passenger side.) This will cause the light on your dash board to flash fast as well. This is generaly a good time to replace all of the bulbs, turn signal, running lights, and…
Turn on the RIGHT turn signal then get out of the vehicle and see which lights are flashing. Count the number of bulbs that are flashing on the back of the vehicle and on the front. Then turn on the LEFT turn signal and check again. Usually a rapid turn signal indicates that one or more bulb has failed.
What would cause the turn signal lights on a 1992 Explorer to light up but not flash The emergency flashers work but the turn signals will not flash?
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.