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 Turn signal blinks too fast? 
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guys, where is the relay for the turn signals? My blinkers are too fast when I turn them on, like when you have a burned bulb ( checked, all bulbs are fine) only the hazard lights blink normally

let me know, thanks


Sat 08 27, 11 5:15 pm
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on your fuse box.

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Sat 08 27, 11 10:13 pm
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On the engine bay or the one under the dashboard?


Sun 08 28, 11 1:12 am
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under dash.

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Sun 08 28, 11 2:04 am
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all your lights turn on and blink? you could have the wrong numbered fuse in.


Sun 08 28, 11 10:13 am
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efsi-r wrote:
all your lights turn on and blink? you could have the wrong numbered fuse in.

Yup, checked the fuse, which is a 10. What else can be causing the fast blinking?


Wed 08 31, 11 12:53 am
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the control module thing that plugs into the BACK of the under-dash fuse box controls some of the flashers and intermittent wipers... it's a circuit board inside a plastic box, about the size of a deck of playing cards. The solder joints on the circuit board can go bad over time, just like the common main relay problem. This *might* be causing your problem, maybe not.

You have to remove the two nuts that hold the fuse panel in place. Then pull it down so you can disconnect the control module wire harness. Separate the module from the fuse panel. Either replace it, or open it up and attempt to re-flow the solder joints.


Thu 09 01, 11 11:18 pm
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