2014 elantra turn signal


Asked by Jun 26, 2018 at 07:34 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Elantra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Driver side turn signal started blinking fast. I
changed the front turn signal bulb, and it still
blinked fast. Took the bulb out and just
reseated it, and it was working fine. Get up
this morning and its blinking fast again just
on the drivers side. All bulbs are working, its
just still doing the fast flashing.  Flashers
work. What should I do next?

5 Answers


Flip it upside down if possible, i had a new bulb do the same thing. It was a dual filament bulb and my suspicion is that the one filament was sagging and touching the other, once i flipped it the problem was gone

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Thank you. I will try that!


I have reseated, changed bulb, messed with the contacts, and the fast flashing goes away for a bit but comes right back. Flashers work. All other turn signals work. I'm at a loss for what do do next. Help!

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I am having the same issue. Did you ever find out what the problem was?

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Yes! It was a little tab on the SIDE of the headlight bulb holder that needed to be gently pried out a very tiny bit. The red arrow points to the area on the bulb holder where the tabs are. I couldn't find a better pic.

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