I have a 1989 Chevy Silverado 1500 twodoor step side. My rear passenger blinker and brake light do not work but when I turn my lights on the red light turns on. Just not my brake or my blinker.
When I flip the turn signal for that
side it makes the clicking noise much
faster than when I turn left and my
front passenger blinker works it just
clicks a lot faster. I changed the
bulbs when I first realized it wasn't
working but it still didn't work.
Check the bulbs, front and rear. One of them is out. The fast clicking is designed to alert you that a bulb has burned out. HTH. -Jim
I checked all bulbs and they are good on the front and rear. I even switched out the bulbs I thought were bad onto the other side and they worked perfect. They're just not blinking or turning on when I break. They turn on when I put my parking lights on though. And when I put the bulbs in (that are perfectly good) from the other side they didn't work. I have no clue
Sounds like a bad socket. Check for power at the socket. If you have none inspect the wires going to the socket. Look for breaks or damage. HTH. -Jim
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