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Your driver side turn indicator flashes too quickly-- the bulbs are good -- fuses are fine -- what do you do?

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2011-09-14 08:48:52
2011-09-14 08:48:52

change flasher should be in fuse panel

AnswerThe connection to the bulb gets drity. Buy a can of electrical spray at your local auto part store.
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