Usually a rapid turn signal flasher indicates that one of the bulbs is burned out.
The front or rear turn signal flasher bulb may be burned out and needs to be replaced. The turn signal flasher my be defective and should be replaced. The hazzard lights have a flasher unit of their own. These are found up in under the dash in the steering column area.
Burned out bulb Faulty socket and/or wiring/ ground Faulty turn signal flasher Faulty turn signal Switch
Many mistake the hazzard flasher for the turn signal flasher. Maybe you replaced the hazzard flasher? Also, a burned out bulb will not give enough electrical resistance to the circuit, and result in a very slow or stopped flash. Since your flasher is most likely mechanical, turn on your hazzards and put your fingers over the flasher unit. If you feel it click on & off, then you need to find the turn signal flasher.. because you are touching the hazzard flasher.
When a turn signal is flashing faster, it generally indicates that one of the turnsignal bulbs are burnt out. Either the front or rear on the same side. Replacing the burnt out bulb should correct the issue. If both sides are flashing either too fast or two slow, then the flasher module is defective. (Or multiple bulbs are burned out, read above) The flasher can be replaced with a new one that should cost under $5-10 and is available at any auto parts store.
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Probably burned out bulb in rear one. AJ
Legally a defective catalytic converter must be replaced.
If I understand the question, you probably need to replace the flasher. First make sure that all of the lights are working since having burned out bulbs will not supply enough load to make the flasher work.
Incorrect flasher relay installed.
One side, burned out bulb, both sides, faulty flasher relay.
Check / replace the flaher relay I have never heard of a flasher relay---If one side flashes but not the other it is not the flasher (one flasher is used for both sides) most likelya bulb is burned out
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I'd guess that either there is a burned out bulb on that side of the car, or your flasher has died. The flasher would affect both sides of the car though.
that means you have MORE than one bulb burned out. The the light indicator does not tell how many and what bulbs are burned out. It stays on until all the burned out bulbs are replaced.
Goodman CK30-1B : Just had the same problem. dual run capacitor burned out, whcih was caused by fan motor overheating (bearings worn out) or vice versa, which burned out yet another capacitor, until I replaced the fan motor.
Could be a bad flasher or just a burned out bulb.
perhaps the flasher unit burned out or the switch is bad.
Check for a burned out bulb or could be the turn signal flasher going bad
No, once the transmission clutches are burned up they must be replaced.
If turn signals are not blinking on the dashboard but they are still working, the cause might be a burned out bulb in one of the blinkers on the outside of the car. There might also be a fuse burned out or bulbs burned out in the dash. Even the flasher can be the problem in this situation.
After replacing the burned out turn signal bulb, turn on the hazard flasher and then turn off the hazard flasher. This will reset the flashing on the turn signal from super fast to standard flashing.
* Burned out bulbs * Defective lamp socket(s) * Broken wire between flasher/switches and actual lamps themselves
This reply is taken from the Chry repair archives. I had the same problem and tried this repair and it worked. "Most of the time this problemalways occurs right after the battery is replaced, even though there are no other signs of a loose battery cable. The combo flasher is extremely sensative to LOW VOLTAGE. in turn the combo flasher does not have enough energy to cycle and it will BUZZ. Check the battery cables and the auxillary smaller battery cable at the battery as well as the auxillary body ground." "The 1993 & 1994 LH's use a 4 wire flasher. The 1995-1997 LH's use a 5 wire flasher. Be sure you have the correct flasher and thoroughly load test the power and grounds to the flasher. The combo flasher will flash the lights faster than normal if it detects either high resistance or a burned out bulb, this is done by design to alert the customer. The flasher is actually a logic module that detects current flow. This is unlike all of the earlier hazzard and combo flashers of the 1980's where they were simply circuit breakers. When a bulb burnt out, the flasher would not cycle and only the one bulb would light up (not flash)."
inside the trunk, behind the felt liner on the left side, and mounted to the body, is a small yellow box. its the light out sensor. if its bad it smells a little burnt. and will sometimes make the light on the dash come on.