2000 Grand am

Asked by Sep 02, 2015 at 01:03 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've got a 2000 Grand am and my right turn
signal is blinking twice as fast. I have
replaced all right side lights. And it's still
blinking fast. How do I get the fast blinking
to go away?

Thanks for the help

3 Answers

19,530

Grand Am is known for the light socket to go bad on the rear tail lights you will have to replace the circuit board for the tail lights on the right hand side.

19,530

But first check connection going to circuit board and take a good look at the socket the bulbs go in make sure the prongs are not corroded.

Best Answer Mark helpful

I pulled the circuit board out and cleaned it up and it fixed the issue. Thank you very much

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