my 2000 Chevy Van's left turn signal is clicking erratically. What should I do? Check your indicator light bulbs as one may be out. There could be an earthing problem if not the bulb.
It is quite simple to replace the turn signal switch on your 1990 Buick LeSabre. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and out.
This is the turn signal bulb in the front bumper - passenger's side.
This varies with model year.
The turn signal flasher is located in the fuse panel. It is under the dash on the drivers side.
You need to replace the turn signal bulb. When bulb is burnt out the turn signal will flash faster.
Turn left indicator signal flashes rapidly when I use indicator, bulbs ok, no lights working
The right front bulb is probably burned out.
Bulbs or turn signal flasher, maybe even the switch.
yes.under left side of dash
The quality of a signal is a measure of how much the signal has changed during transmission. A high quality signal has changed very little. A low quality signal has other information in it which was not there in the original signal. The additional unwanted information is called noise.
Your taillight is burned out.
have a friend stand in front of the car and look to see if it flashes or not
wrong bulb in the rear wrong bulb in the rear
if it only flashes fast on one side, you have bulb out on that side. If both sides are fast, change the flasher
If the signal light fuse is blown all the signal lights front and rear would not work. If you have one signal light out I would first suspect a bad bulb or bad connection.
bulb is burnt
More than likely the Flasher Relay is bad.
replace the combination switch on the turn signal stalk
Could be a burnt out bulb or a bad flasher unit.
it's normally under the dash.. turn on the turn signal and find the device that is clicking. That shoudl be the flasher unit/regulator/relay
my turn signal indicator flashes rapidly but the actual turn signal does not flash only on one side
The turn signal flasher is under the instrument panel to the left of the sterring colunm brace. (note I'm still looking for mine).