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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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Hyper Flash Problem

08 Taurus. For whatever reason out of no where the car has decided to hyper flash on both sides with the turn signals. All bulbs are good. None of them are LED. Forscan is pulling code B2A2B - Left Corner Lamp Output Circuit Short to Ground and B2A2C - Right Corner Lamp Output Circuit Short to Ground. I have checked all wires. None are having issues. I tried doing a SJB reset in forscan and it tells me that feature is not supported by that module. As built has not been messed with. Any ideas? I am starting to guess an issue with the SJB itself
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After a crap ton of googling I found the issue. I had to go to a Lincoln navigator page but I figured out that a blown fog light fuse will cause this. So for anyone else with this issue, check the fog light fuse. Would have never guessed that would have been the cause.
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Was actually just about to suggest the battery being a possible culprit.

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Was actually just about to suggest the battery being a possible culprit.
I originally thought that too but then I found out that fuse was the issue. I am going to guess that is the cars way of telling you the fog lights don't work? Weird either way.
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