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Left turn signal on 2011 Nissan Rogue blinking fast

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  • Gene Booker
    Gene Booker Jan 23, 2018

    Having the same problem with my right turn signal . Just. Replaced the headlight bulb

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Check all the turn signal bulbs. The most common reason for fast blinking is a blown bulb. Check they are all working then remove each one in turn to check the connections are clean and dry. If they are all ok your looking at it being a wiring issue.

Posted on Jan 23, 2018

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SOURCE: LEFT TURN SIGNAL FLASHING TOO FAST

when a turn signal indicator flashes faster than is normal it is your vehicles way of telling you there is a problem with the lighting system, do a visual check of your turn signals and you will find a burned out bulb. just replace the bad one and it will return to normal

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Turn signal blinks too fast

Try changing the flasher, it's in the fuse box, round in shape, and either blue or silver in color.The 4 way flasher is the same shape, to be sure you get the right one, put the left signal on and put your finger on it, if you feel it clicking, you have the right one.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: left signal light stays on when i turn the headlights on.

240 Drifter says, check for a burned out bulb as when turn signals stay on constant sometimes means one bulb is burned out

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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