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Why does the right blinker blink very fast then when the brake pedal is pressed it slows down and sometimes stops blinking altogether?


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2004-12-28 17:04:32
2004-12-28 17:04:32

It usually means you have a bulb burned out on that side. I can't remember if it's front or back.


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