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Right flasher going absolutely nuts....anyone know a common problem? Left side fine - right flashing at 3 x speed.

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That usually means either the front or rear bulb is burned out.
 

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bulb burned out or your flasher unit is going.. flasher is straight up from your e-brake. Green
 

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Mine did that after the wreck, apparently, if both bulbs in the front aren't working it'll go crazy....just check all of your bulbs, if you don't see anything, check your flasher
 

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I've found that the taillight wiring assembly is somewhat fragile. After changing out my taillight assemblies, I occasionally develop an issue (rapid flashing), usually after an excessive vibration (like a really bad pothole). I've been over it numerous times with a multimeter, but due to the intermittant nature, it's a b!tch to isolate.
 

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Pretty much the same issue with the front bulb sockets, I was pulling the old one out in walmart parking lot, couldn't see too well, jiggled the hell out of it, and it started working the instant it popped out.
 
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