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Old 11-04-2011, 07:48 PM   #1
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Hello, i'm trying to find my Flasher, because my passenger front signal is not flashing. I've checked the bulb and its fine. I've checked the fuse box under the hood, and the fuse box that is in between the passenger door and the dash, with no luck. If anyone can help that would be greatly appreciated.
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check the socket with a meter, sometimes the sockets get corrosion and dont connect to the bulb well, next suspect would be the connector not making good contact
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Really appreciate your quick response. Just a little more info, when i turn all the lights on the signal light comes on, but when i switch the signal on to turn right, the bulb doesn't flash. Also, the clicking sound in the car, clicks much faster then when i switch the signal to turn left.
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never worked on your specific car but most have two filaments for the signals. so the one for the running lights is probably fine, but the wire, connection or socket for the flasher is bad. the fast flashing is normal to let you know theres something wrong.
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Follow the clicking sound to find the flasher. The flasher makes the clicking sound. Start by pulling the hush panel on the driver side.
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Ditto what JW Firebird says. Replacing the bulb and cleaning the socket is a $2 starting point. If that doesn't work, then its time to think about the flashers etc.
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