go to autozone or other auto supply store and ask for a "flasher" for your year make and model. i just hate this problem on my 94 corsica.
Maybe a short somewhere...did you replace the flasher unit? No - it was blinking spuradically(?) - now I have to blink it manually and it won't blink at all with lights on.
Should be like any other vehicle. (pull turn signal stick back (high beams on), pull it back again (high beams off).
The signal isn't working? need more info. On mine the side marker lights tend to burn out alot. The seal seems to be ruptured allowing water in and burning the lights out.. many other things it could be. other than that I'm not sure what you are asking.
Check the back signal light. Usually if the front blinks fast the back is out or need to be replace. Vice versa
The turn signal flasher is about to die. Buy a new one ... they are cheap, usually under $10
one reason is to signal other firefly's another is to scare away predators that want to harm them away.
Changed any lamps recently and wrong replacement fitted (or if double filament, is it the right way round) or is one blown?
depends what parts u need but the Pontiac tempest is almost thE SAME.
Hitch the trailer. Connect the lights. Start your car or truck. Turn the turn signal on. Get out and go behind the trailer. See if they blink. Repeat for the other side.
Take the drum off and take a picture. Use one wheel as a guide to repair the other.
Like all other whales, killer whales do blink.
I have a 88 corsica with a 90 cavalier engine in it.
The reason is because you have two flashers. One works with the hazard light circuit and the other works with the turning sigal circuit. Replace the flasher and if that does not work you should check for a steering column problem or a switch problem. Good Luck
Years Back On Cars I Have Owned I Found That A Marker Bulb Was Bad And Replaced It All Would Work OK. Other Times I Replaced The Turn Signal Flasher And It Solved Ther Problem. Check And See If All The Lights Blink The Same On Each Side Of The Vehicle, If They Do Then Try a New Flasher. ++ Check All Lights Front Side And Rear, Then Same On Other Side ++ GOOD LUCK
start with fuel filter could be clogged, could be faulty fuel pump.
There is no country between Corsica and Sardinia. Corsica belongs to France and Sardinia belongs to Italy. They are two islands that are very close to each other, only separated by The Strait of Bonifacio.
Hamsters do blink, just like almost all other animals.
check the fuses. Same thing with my 96 corsica, along with a few other instruments.
Question: Does the turn signal blink on the right rear? I suspect not. Both the brake light and the turn signal use the same filament. If one is burnt out, the other will not work either. If so, the bulb needs replacing.
most likely a bulb b/c if it was the fuse your other brake and signal light wouldn't work... most vehicles the brake and signal light are all in one bulb... try replacing the light bulb
Your left rear signal bulb is burnt out. Both signal bulbs work on a single circuit, so when one goes bad the other receives enough voltage for both, causing to front to blink at least twice as fast. Change the bulb, everything else will repair itself
My Focus did that on the way to Buffalo NY this past summer. I stopped at a Midas Muffler and they diagnosed a bad turn signal bulb. When one is out, the other will blink fast. CHeck that out.
Check all the passageway it may be blocked with carbon and other exhaust dirt. the (EVP) may also be faulty (exhaust valve position sensor)
I have two bearded dragons and they do blink, but they usually close one eye and after a little bit they open it and close the other.