There could be a possible fuse blown some where?...check the fuses for marking lights You may also want to look for the turn signal relay, try putting on your 4-way hazard flashers and see if those work, if they do you can here the clicking noise of the relay, might be under your dash. In my car it was underneath the dash directly in line with the steering column, above the brake pedal.
Bulbs or turn signal flasher, maybe even the switch.
Turn signal flasher may be defective
Blown fuse/? blown bulbs /?bad flasher.
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
The socket size for the trunk tail light on a 2001 Buick LeSabre is 7mm. Bulbs can be purchased at most local automotive repair stores.
If you can not remove fasteners on outside, you may need to cut a section out of the inside of trunk to get your hand by the bulbs.
Check for burnt out bulbs and could be a bad flasher as well.
The side marker bulbs on a 2002 Buick LeSabre are replaced by removing the retaining screws and disconnecting the wiring harness. The old bulb can then be removed and a new bulb put in its place.
I believe on that model you can access the signals by lifting up the trunk carpet and then unscrewing the plastic wing nuts. The light assembly can then be removed for easy access to the bulbs.
ensure all bulbs on bumpers are good
When replacing the rear turn signal on a 1999 Acura Integra open the trunk. Locate the rear turn signal housings and find the bulbs. Remove and replace the bulbs.
one or more bulbs for the turn signal have burned out....try replacing the bulbs
Bulbs cannot be replaced. Entire control module must be replaced.
Turn signal 'what'?If bulbs, See "Related Questions" below for specific instructions for replacing front and rear bulbs, and fuse location.
If you mean it stays on and does not blink then check the other turn signal bulbs on the right side front/back. If it blinks but does not turn off when you make a turn then the problem is in the steering column canceler.
Bad turn signal flasher? Bad turn signal switch? Blown fuse? Bulbs burnt out?
That usually indicates that one or more of the bulbs have burned out. Turn on the left signal, get out of the vehicle and see which bulb is NOT turning on. Replace that bulb and the signal should work again. Also the flasher may not be working for one side.
Could be anything from a bad flasher, bulbs are out or the turn signal bulbs could have dirty contacts.
Inside the trunk against the lower outer panel--there should be 3-4 10mm nuts or large wing nuts--remove these and the assembly will pull out from the outside-bulbs will then be accessible and able to be twisted out of housing
You have to replace front and rear bulbs.
Check bulbs Turn signal flasher? Bad switch in steering column?
Tail lights (and plate lights) are mounted inside the long modular tail light housing. Need to remove nuts in trunk lid to drop lense housing and access the bulbs. This is a real pain to go through so suggest replacing all the bulbs so you won't have to do it again for a long time.
simply remove the two screws located on the top of the headlamp assembly and then pull the headlamp assembly forward to gain access to the light bulbs
Most likely because one (or more) of the signal light bulbs is burnt out from the fast flashing side. Check them first, replace the burnt bulb, and they should go back to normal. If there are no burnt out bulbs, then you might consider replacing the turn signal relay.
You may need a new flasher.