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Hey guys, has anyone come across this before. When I turn on the left turn signal it flashes about twice as fast as the right one. The right one flashes normally as it always has. Could this be the turn signal relay going or something else? Anyone pinpoint the whereabouts of the relay? I'm guessing it's under the dash somewhere. Thanks in advance for any help.
Had the exact same problem on my 95 Taurus, but the emergency flashers worked normaly.
If yours is wired the same as my Taurus, it will have a single electronic flasher which operates flashers & turn signals & if the emergency flashers work fine, the multifunction switch is probably the culprit.
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