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This is a discussion on Blinker within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; alright so today my blinker just stayed on everytime i turned the driver side on but my passenger side blinks ...

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    infantryman tingo99's Avatar
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    alright so today my blinker just stayed on everytime i turned the driver side on but my passenger side blinks fine just driver side stays on till i turn it off or turn i checked all the fuses dont know what it is

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    There may be a blown bulb in the front or back. If thats not it, there is the flasher on the fuse panel.

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    10 to 1 you just have a bulb that is bad. I have had it though where the bulb lit when the headlights were not on but went out when on. So you may just want to re seat if that is the case but normally it is just a bad bulb. At least you know which side to check!
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    I agree. Check the bulbs, sockets, and flasher. More than likely just a bulb but these cars are notorious for rusting sockets.

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    cool ill check that right now thanks!

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    any body know the easy way to get to them i got big hands and arms its hard to squeeze my arm in there

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    There should be trap door under the bumper cover below the signal lamp.

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    cool ill check it out real quick thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98 Stang Killer View Post
    any body know the easy way to get to them i got big hands and arms its hard to squeeze my arm in there
    Pull the headlamp assembly.....takes less than 10 min. & you don't have to crawl under the car

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    maybe your running low on blinker fluid...

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