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New to the forum so hopefully this is posted in the right spot. I just bought a 2017 Elantra Se and the left turn signal flashes really fast. I tried replacing the bulb and it is still doing the same thing. After looking more here's what I've noticed, with no lights on the right blinker flashes normally while the left (drivers side) blinks fast. With the daytime lights and no blinkers the right side is much more dim than the left side. With lights on and right blinker, it flashes normally. With lights on and left blinker you can see it blinking but barely because of how bright the daytime light is. So what it looks like to me is something is flipped making the opposite filament turn on for the left side. It seems like the daytime light should be the dim filament and the blinker comes on with the bright filament. Do you guys have any idea where to start looking for something like this? Ive done some searches but couldn't find anything that matched up to my issues. Thank you
 

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First time posting. I believe your issue is not the bulb itself, but the socket that holds the bulb. Your best bet is going to a Hyundai dealership and asking for the part. They should either have it or you can ask them to order it for you. I had the same issue with an older model and I solved it by swapping the socket that houses the turn signal bulb. Not an expensive fix. Hope you get that fixed.
 
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