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    Right blinker stays solid.

    When ever I turn my right blinker on the light on my dash stays solid. And during the day when I drop my e-brake only my left daylight running light is lit but when I turn on my headlights both of them will turn on...anyone know why this is occurring?

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    I believe you have a blown turn signal bulb, either in the front or back.
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    Your front right blinker is out, replace that and it'll be good again.

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    It could also be a bad turn signal relay. Happened to me a few weeks ago. Its an easy fix, just remove the dash cover below the steering wheel column (four screws) and the relay is up to your right kinda hidden behind some plastic with a clip. Its about an inch round and an inch tall, when you unplug it it looks almost like a regular plug to anything with an electrical cord. I ended up having to replace my turn signal bulbs also. But it made the blinker on the dash return to blinking status (and not just solid green). Hope this helps, sorry my explanation is not the best lol. I also youtubed it, just looked up how to replace camaro turn signal/relay just to see for my own eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stern2192 View Post
    It could also be a bad turn signal relay. Happened to me a few weeks ago. Its an easy fix, just remove the dash cover below the steering wheel column (four screws) and the relay is up to your right kinda hidden behind some plastic with a clip. Its about an inch round and an inch tall, when you unplug it it looks almost like a regular plug to anything with an electrical cord. I ended up having to replace my turn signal bulbs also. But it made the blinker on the dash return to blinking status (and not just solid green). Hope this helps, sorry my explanation is not the best lol. I also youtubed it, just looked up how to replace camaro turn signal/relay just to see for my own eyes.
    This was the first thing that came to mind for me other than a burnt out bulb.

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    If it's only the right one, i agree that you most likely have a burnt bulb somewhere

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