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    Default Turn signal not working

    The car: 1995 Olds Cutlass Supreme
    The problem: Left turn signal not blinking.

    I thought the same circuit ran both, however this problem makes me believe they have there own individual timing circuit. Is this correct? Where might I find this under the dash, and what does it look like?

    I might go to autozone and buy one so I know what I am looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vetteboy86 View Post
    The car: 1995 Olds Cutlass Supreme
    The problem: Left turn signal not blinking.

    I thought the same circuit ran both, however this problem makes me believe they have there own individual timing circuit. Is this correct? Where might I find this under the dash, and what does it look like?

    I might go to autozone and buy one so I know what I am looking for.

    Thanks
    Not sure if this yr car is this way but on older cars a burnt out bulb will make it not flash.

    Glenn

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    I thought of that too. But I have seen sometimes when a burnt out light bulb makes if flash quickly. The last time I replaced a bulb, it was flashing quicker then normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G Winter View Post
    Not sure if this yr car is this way but on older cars a burnt out bulb will make it not flash.

    Glenn
    I agree, I think it is a burnt out bulb. Try changing that first.
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    The double element bulbs will have a filament break and short across the other. This can cause some strange things to happen with lights and signals.

    Glenn

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