[DML] Re: Turn Signal/Clock
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[DML] Re: Turn Signal/Clock

If the flashers are not blinking right that is they way they tell you
either you have a bulb out or maybe one of them is the wrong type.
Pull ALL the bulbs on the side that is flashing fast and clean and
inspect them. Be very careful that you install them correctly. The
large ones have 2 pins. One is lower than the other so you must
install it correctly to have the right filiment on the stop/turn
circuit. You could also have a grounding problem. Make sure all ground
connections are clean and tight.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Joey Morgan <jlm1701music@xxxx> wrote:
> Since lighting has been a big topic this week, here is
> an issue that I am having. My right turn signal blinks
> faster then the left. Bulb is working and connector is
> clean in the right front parking light assembly, bulb
> is working in the inst. cluster. The front parking
> light also goes completely out when flashing. Should I
> buy a new parking light kit? 
> Also, when I first start the car my clock comes on for
> a second then goes out? I know most of the clocks in
> the cars are not working, but since it is in the car I
> would like it to work. Could the two problems be
> related? Electrical issues make me nervous? Is there a
> certain relay I should be looking at?? Any
> suggestions??
> Thanks.
> Joey
> #6297 
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