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Random RH blinker issues, sometimes normal, sometimes really fast

97 Camry LE 2.2 4cyl. I can go for a month or so with normal blinkers on both sides, and then randomly (sometimes when it is already blinking normally) the RH blinker will start blinking very fast. This is generally an indication that a bulb is blown (in an American car). But there are no blown bulbs. Is this an issue with the "Light Out" sensor located in the trunk or an issue with the blinker circuit?

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If a dual element bulb develops a condition where both filaments touch together even momentarily will produce a fast flash too. Replace the offending bulb.

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could be the switch. did you do anything to the switch when you changedheadlamps? maybe you put the lamp in incorrectly also did the brights work on the lamp that was "burned out"?

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2002 Jeep Liberty front right and back right turn signal are both blinking too fast. Check all bulbs and they are fine and even replaced them and it is still doing it, Anybody know what my problems is? Thank you!

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You've got relay problem. Please replace your blinker relay

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If the blinker is working on the truck then fuse is good, this sounds like a bad bulb or connection to the light, the brake and signal use the same filement in the bulb. check the bulb first, next thing to determine if its the trailer wiring or the truck socket, use a testlight and test the connector or the wire at the trailer connector and see if there power in the wire, but check close to connector if theres power coming out the connector then it in the trailer wiring or bulb,. also im not sure what this trailer turn relay rh is that you speak off. the only thing i could think of is to converter the signal and brake on the truck to operate the same bulb on the trailer, if this is what you installed then check that wiring also as the controls the lights to the trailer, but if this truck was built with the tow package then it should of be wiring already for this. here a good site to help you with the wiring as this gets hard to explain over the computer, but again test the tow connector on the truck first with a testlight, this way you will be able to see if it the trailer wiring or the truck wiring to connector. google trailerlightwiring. good day. let me know if you have any other questions.

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