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Why would the blinker be acting up when you put it on to turn the blinker wont flash on the outside or inside of the car and the flasher blinks double time outside lights work Could it be the flasher?

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2005-10-30 12:23:00
2005-10-30 12:23:00

First of all let me say that most vehichles have 2 flashers, 1 for the hazzard lights and 1 for the blinkers. If you turn the blinker switch to either side and lights inside and out do not flash or light up then the most common problems are a blown fuse or the blinker switch itself could be bad. As for the hazzards blinking double time, it is possible the flasher could be going bad. One other possibility, autos that have had trailor light hookups installed have been found with bad grounds and/or wires that have rubbed into causing tail,blinker and stop lights not to work correctly

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