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tempest Jan 15, 11:24pm - #83570 

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has this happen to anyone before?

has anything like this happen to any of you before? i put my turn signal today and i notice that the left turn signal blinks normal but when i put the right turn signal it blinks fast. does anyone know why it does that and how to fix it? thanks
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celicaTRDgts Jan 15, 11:26pm - #83571 

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yea mine did that...ur light bulb is probally done need to get a new one...thats what i did...got some from the ecelica store...and there normal now grin

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CelicaRacer05 Jan 15, 11:33pm - #83572 

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Fuses, one should be blown or burnt badly, it would be in the fuse box in the engine bay on the right side close to the right front light, grab the fuse number diagram from the installs/tech info guides, and check it out
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slidr Jan 15, 11:35pm - #83573 

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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
Fuses, one should be blown or burnt badly, it would be in the fuse box in the engine bay on the right side close to the right front light, grab the fuse number diagram from the installs/tech info guides, and check it out
Yeah, either a fuse or a connection came loose. It blinks faster to tell you that something is fucked up. grin I don't think it means that your light is out though. confused

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celicaTRDgts Jan 16, 12:14am - #83574 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
Fuses, one should be blown or burnt badly, it would be in the fuse box in the engine bay on the right side close to the right front light, grab the fuse number diagram from the installs/tech info guides, and check it out
Yeah, either a fuse or a connection came loose. It blinks faster to tell you that something is fucked up. grin I don't think it means that your light is out though. confused

i think it does bro spineyes kiss
mine did the same thing so i put i need bulb in and it went normal confused

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Gen7fan Jan 16, 12:21am - #83575 
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mine did that when the bulb died.
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tempest Jan 16, 10:11am - #83576 

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ok cool thanks i'll check both things out and see if it fixes the fast blinking.
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LinkTallica Jan 17, 7:32am - #83577 

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i think your left bulb is about done
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Krayze Jan 17, 1:16pm - #83578 

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if his left blinks normal theni would asy his right one is out.

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 17, 1:49pm - #83579 

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Originally Posted by Krayze
if his left blinks normal theni would asy his right one is out.


ditto. this is usually the way a car lets you know you need to change a bulb thumbsup
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