Likely one of your turn signal bulbs needs replacing. The filament has probably shorted a few turns which drastically increases the current flowing through it. Standard flasher relays use the current to heat a bi-metal spring to make/break the contact. This heating/cooling cycling gives the flash rate. If the current goes way up, so does the flash rate.slimdave said:My 95's right-turn indicator has started flashing at twice the speed of left-turn indicator. Can anyone help with this, before it stops being funny and starts annoying me?