2006 Winnie Aspect Very Rapid Turn Signal Question

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oldryder

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2006 Aspect.  E450 chassis.  Rookie Owner.

Noticed left blinker cycles at a normal rate; right side is much faster cycle rate.  I thought this might be an indicator of a bulb out but front and rear are both working.

Is there a separate blinker relal for each side?  If not what else might be going on?

thx for anyone taking the time to offer advice.

mark in MN

ps.  where are the blinker relay(s) located?

 

jubileee

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First thought: someone installed a LED bulb in rapid flash side.
Second thought: does rear turn have one bulb per side or two? If two, maybe one burned out.
In any case, it?s a resistance issue. Are both sides equal brightness? Could be in flasher ( first choice, cheap fix) or stalk.
 

SpencerPJ

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Ya, I would have guessed a bulb out on the side blinking faster than normal.  Sometimes there are side marker turn bulbs.  If you are sure not a bulb, I would guess a ground issue.  I've never seen a relay for each side, I have seen a separate relay for emergency flashers and turn signal. 
 

ChasA

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In days of yore, a burned out bulb would cause the flasher to not flash and the good bulb would stay on. A rapidly flashing dash light would occur if someone replaced a bulb with the wrong one.
 
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