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nickspohn 02-12-2009 10:22 PM

My Turn Signals...
 
Okay, I got my 2002 Camaro back out of storage about 3 weeks ago. About a week ago, my blinkers on the inside (both the left side and right side) would blink like they were dying. Like "blink..... blink blink blink" almost like it was dying. This would reflect on the lights outside as well. Whatever sequence blinked on my dash, would blink on the outside the same.

So today, I go and use my signals, and neither side works. The ones on the inside don't turn on, or click at all. My hazards work completely fine though, and all the lights are lit up. The hazard lights light up on the inside too.

What should I do? I never realized how important turn signals are.

And it's not a fuse. My fuses are all fine.

Super83Z 02-12-2009 10:32 PM

Sounds like a bad bulb. Check all the bulbs and did you change any recently? I put one in backwards once and it acted like that. An incorrect bulb may do the same thing.

Moose 02-13-2009 07:26 AM

I'd start by replacing the bulbs. ;)

jachevy28 02-13-2009 08:48 PM

Check the plastic housings that the bulbs are in...see if they are melted and/or the base of the bulb is melted. My 2002 has done this on both sides and the signals acted really wierd before I figured it out the first time (one day they'd blink fast, then they'd go out, then they'd work again, etc.)

Mr_Draco 02-13-2009 10:21 PM

If the bulbs and housings are good then it may be the signal switch. Just had to replace mine as it was doing something similar. Boy was that a pain.

TFord 02-14-2009 12:24 AM

replace your front turn signals/Daytime running lights and that should fix it.

nickspohn 02-14-2009 10:31 AM

Alright will do. Thanks


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