Besides the bulb, it could be an ineffective ground or feed circuit.Sometimes I will get the quick flash on the right turn signal, and then it foes away and the signal operates as it should. I have checked for corroision on the connector and found none. Anyone have a solution to take care of this?
I have a very similar issue. I've replaced the bulb and the fuse (even though it didn't look burnt, I wanted to be sure) and I still get fast flash. Where is the ground here??My wife's gto was doing that on the rear - was a bad ground, the bulb was loose in the socket...
I'm curious what fuse you replaced, as the turn signals and left/right rear brake lights don't have fuses.I have a very similar issue. I've replaced the bulb and the fuse (even though it didn't look burnt,
Yes, there is a fuse for each tail light. Not for the left and right blinker/stop lights, though.Ronjenx, I am pretty sure there is a fuse associated with the tail lights. Several years ago I was working on some trailer lights and one side wasn't working and I then I noticed one of the rear jeep lights wasn't working and trouble shooting that led me to a fuse.