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Old 11-16-2003, 01:25   #1 (permalink)
 
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Some days my indicators flash faster then normal. Does any one know where i could start looking something like a wiring or moisture. Any suggestions.
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Some days my indicators flash faster then normal.
What days? Hotter days, colder days....wondering if the weather is a factor.
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FH: It occurs when im going around corners :s6:

Well i thought it occured when it was wet but its doing it whenever it feels like it. Gotta check my wiring.
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not sure about yours ? but some will get a "funny wear spot" in the cam, in-side the steering colume and when you turn the wheel it'll catch , so it won't be "on"... but not "off " ? get it ? the fire jumps........ in that spot so its kind of sporadic, at best. Just a thought..............:)
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ill chec k that out old67worker'. thanks
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Mine did that monday evening - did it for 4hrs next morning fine & has been since.

we checked it & the rear left indicator (side that was flashing twice as fast) was only glimmering - front left was fine, we where going to try a globe, but the problem has gone
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Yup. Increase in circuit resistance will make the signals blink faster....which is why you often change to a slower flasher when towing a trailer with lights.

You most likely have a poor ground, a flasher on its way out, or a bulb on its last legs.
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Okay thanks for the heads up, ive got other problems at the moment but thanks anyway
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