Why Is My Blinker Blinking Fast?

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Your blinker may be blinking fast because the bulb is going out. Replace to bulb to see if the blinker begins functioning properly.
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Usually one of two things happen when the resistance of a blinker circuit changes (as would be caused by, say, a bulb burning out or a short in the circuit) either it doesn't blink
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The rate of many blinkers is controlled by element heating. If you want one to blink real fast, put in a six volt blinker. It will be fast until it burns out. The reliable way would
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(blĭng'kər) n. One that blinks, especially a light that blinks in order to convey a message or warning. blinkers See blinder (sense 1). tr.v. , -ered , -er·ing ,
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