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the right front turn signal stopped working, the running light does work still, I know it's a dual filament bulb so I changed it assuming one was bad. Still not working, so I checked power at plug with turn signal on and nothin. Where could I lose power? relay maybe? If so where would I find said relay? Not a huge issue, but it causes the indicator to blink really fast which is a little annoying.


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It could be the turn signal switch that's failed.


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the rear one still works. Do you mean the switch on the steering column?

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If the rear one is working it's not the switch or the relay. Sounds like you may have a wiring/ground issue.

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