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Asked by Jan 09, 2011 at 04:41 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

every time i turn my head lights on my left turn signal quits working what would
cause this

4 Answers

165

I would first suspect a bad ground..

blown bulbe maybe,or bad light switch.

10

it works when the lights are off but it is slow

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

the flasher could be bad,turn on other side blinker listen for the clicking should be under dash on pass side,if it blinks normal on one side and slow on other,its bad.all you have to do to get to it id drop down glove box,their is 2 tabs at top when open push them up let glove box drop all the way down,you will see a few relays turn on key switch then the turn signal feel which one is bleanking,turn key off pull out replace.

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