Problem with signal lights blinking too fast

Asked by Oct 18, 2007 at 09:33 PM about the 2005 Dodge Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Whenever I switch on the turning lights, they blink about twice as fast as they use to. Any suggestions?

6 Answers

check for blown bulbs

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Yes, second that. Other, less likely, problems, are a problem with the BCM, or the turn signal relay or multi-function switch.

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where is the turn signal relay located? My signals intermittently work. And the automatic door locks, because these don't work anymore.

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Yhe bulbs are blown, and needs to be changed i had the same problem.

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Burnt bulbs almost always.. warning buzzer should come on

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I have changed the bulbs front and back. The same really fast flashing goes on. The bulbs I took out I tried them in the other side and they work perfectly.

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