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Unread 06-10-2012, 10:01 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by justinlancaster
So... I replaced the Brake/Signal & Third Brake Light bulbs and it fixed the fast blinking... For a 1/2 day.

Yesterday it started again, same side. Plus the beeping & solid Left Signal light on the dash I mentioned in the OP.

Going to check my lights this morning to see if any more bulbs blew.

Take a little sand/Emory paper and slip it back and forth in the slot where the bulbs go. It should shine up the surfaces so they make clean contact. The other post was probably right, it sounds like a loose connection or socket at the bulb.

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Unread 06-10-2012, 10:12 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by justinlancaster View Post
I think I'm having the same issue.

Last week I noticed my Rt Front Turn Signal was out. Tapped on it and it came back on. Took it apart and it looked like the bulb was a little loose. Also, the socket had separated from the wiring harness a little. Couldn't get it to click back together though. Think it needs to be replaced?
I haven't yet, whenever it starts acting goofy, I pop it out and fool with it until it works. It will usually do okay for a few weeks, then go out again.
Just haven't gotten around to replacing it yet.
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