hi Jim, well as some have said is it just the left side, then maybe its a bad socket if it doing this on both i check sockets both sides wiring to and and check all grounds if you think its a ground make sure the engine to chassis ground is there if not make one up start fresh, dumb question are the bulbs in correctly it would do the same. if all is good back there go foward, on my 67 chevelle my lights were working good, when i restored my steering column and replaced the turn signal switch all the wires in the flat harness were all shaved of insulation was just a matter if time till i would have had a problem
also have you checked all lights reverse as well as interior lamps, did you check to see if you have front turn signals as well as parking lights?????? well hope this helped good luck and keep us posted
Hey guys, I had a similar issue but cleaned the contact area and then it worked fine. I also did change the bulbs and wanted to share, this bulb is led and has a built in flasher when you brake, it flashes 3 times before staying lit. Some of you may like it, I know I do:
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