My right passenger rear light won't work.

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Asked by Sep 05, 2013 at 09:10 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I changed all three of the light bulbs. My blinker light won't work right. I use my turning left
blinker and it works fine. I use my right blinker and it blinks at a fast pace. Do I need to
replace the board?

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Try swapping the board with the left one temporarily, some of them have identical plugs, could be a bad connection somewhere causing it to think there is a burnt bulb, could be a fault in the board. If you don't know electrical to begin with I can't help diagnose it easily with you. Test the resistance of the board with an ohm meter is what I would do and compare the left to the right.

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A rapid blinking signal signals a bad bulb. Does it flash rapidly on the dash indicator as well?

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A rapid flashing light indicates an open in the wiring of the turn signals, yes 99.9% of the time it's a bad bulb but if changing the bulb didn't help then it's not that.

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Btw, were you able to test it in any way?

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no, my battery keeps going dead, and the key gets stuck.

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yes the right turn signal on the dash is also fast.

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