> > The bulb is fine (tested in the right indicator and works),
> but when I
> > put the indicator on (left) it flashes very fast and the
> > indicator does not work.
> > I dont know too much about cars but im guessing it may have
> > to do with fuses or connections.
> It flashes fast because one of the indicator bulbs isn't
> It could be
> Bulb gone.
> Corrosion of the bulb contacts. (the side repeater holders can
> give problems)
> Bad earthing of holder - the push-on quarter inch blades can
> A break in the wiring, or a fuse, - much less common.
> The usual way of testing is one of the cheap screwdriver with
> 12V lamp and
> flying lead, with crocodile clip, tester. Most accessory shops
> have them
> for a fiver or less.
> Bulbs can be checked by substituting a new one.
Thanks for the info and guidance.
Indicator is now fixed. Think it was corroded contacts. Cleaned them
up and now works perfectly.
Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's request
Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
Click to see the full signature.