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Rear driver side blinker does not work

My rear driver side blinker does not work at all. The running lights and brake lights work, and all other lights work. The front driver side blinker blinks fast, probably cause the rear one doesnt work at all. I have aftermarket LED lights installed which arent a year old. Dont know where to begin looking for the problem. I did a visual inspection and everything seems to be hooked up still. Any ideas?
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My rear driver side blinker does not work at all. The running lights and brake lights work, and all other lights work. The front driver side blinker blinks fast, probably cause the rear one doesnt work at all. I have aftermarket LED lights installed which arent a year old. Dont know where to begin looking for the problem. I did a visual inspection and everything seems to be hooked up still. Any ideas?
With regular, stock lights the situation you describe would mean the driver's side rear bulb was shot. Not sure with the led's...

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My rear driver side blinker does not work at all. The running lights and brake lights work, and all other lights work. The front driver side blinker blinks fast, probably cause the rear one doesnt work at all. I have aftermarket LED lights installed which arent a year old. Dont know where to begin looking for the problem. I did a visual inspection and everything seems to be hooked up still. Any ideas?

Since it's not just one LED that is out it makes me think that it is a wiring or a circuit issue. Are you able to remove your left one and plug it into the right side and see if it works? If it does then you've at least narrowed it down to a non-wiring issue.
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I had this happen and it turned out there was a fuse blown under the hood
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you need blinker fluid
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