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    Default Left flasher problems

    I have a 2003 Suburban 1500. Sometimes, when I turn the left signal on, the left flasher will stay on and not blink. If I turn it off and turn the left turn signal on again, it will work again. I am not having any problems with the right side.

    The problem is intermittent and seems like its happening more often now. I'm think relay, any other thoughts.

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    I doubt it is the flasher or it wouldn't work on the right side either. Next time it fails, look & see if BOTH the L front & L rear bulbs are lighting up. Most likely one will be burning steady & one won't be working at all. One of the bulbs is probaly just making an intermittantly poor connection. It "could be something else" that's a lot more expensive but try the bulbs first.
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