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The signal flashers are goin extremely fast on my 2004 alero

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Usaully when flasher goes extremely fast this means you have a blown light bulb on one or more of your indicaters , if it is only when you indicate left then the globe is on left of vehicle , and on the right same rules apply , both sides then more then one globe is blown ...

turn on and step out your car and check globes .
hope this helps..

Posted on Oct 09, 2010


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