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#1 (permalink) Old 02-03-2004, 12:52 PM
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I have probably a green thumb question buts its bugging me...
this "right" blinker.. (on a friends car lets say) blinks all crazy like 100+ times a second and the left one blinks round 1 time a sec. How do I slow down the crazy blinker, (on my friends car lets say...) to a normal rate...???????
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you might have a fault somewhere, possibly a bulb is burnt out or the connections are backwards (bulb in backwards) usually when the blinker is like double time its because of a blown bulb

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I agree. Same thing happened to me. Burnt bulb.
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blinker fluid+filter needs changing.


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yeah, change the blinker fluid. lol. funny one bitcore.
Sounds like you have one of the bulbs burned out.

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lol blinker fluid, chances are one of your turn signals on the same side of the car is burnt out.


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It's either a burned bulb, or the wrong bulb on the side that blinks fast.
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NOoooo your all wrong,Change your blinker transmission hydralic fluid...and it'll blink more smoothly....ehhehheehheheheh....(burnt bulb somewhere.)

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ok so I tell my "friend" to buy a blinker filter and fluid,,,got it,,
and top off "his" fuse box with antifreeze since its empty, check...
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burnt bulb most likely on the side that's blinking tooooooooo fast. blinker fluid hah - love that
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