Why does my turn signal clicks 100 miles an hour, why?

Asked by May 20, 2010 at 11:39 AM about the Chrysler Town & Country

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I use my left turn signal it clicks really fast! Faster than when I use the right one. Whats wrong and how do I fix it?

thanks.

5 Answers

105

one of your left signals might be out

85

your van probable has a burnt out bulb. on most chryslers when the tail lights burn out the lights flash faster.

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105

at least thats what our Chevy and Buick did

85

your blinker relay might be going out. or sometimes when the bulb is about to go out they blink faster.

eather the front or rear bulb is blown on one side,the other blinks correctly,right.

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