hey all, well ill give u guys some background info to help me solve this problem. ok #1 the other day at work, the bolt holding my front bumper turn signal fell out while driving (i think), and anywy i guess it was hanging by the wire all the way to the gas station, when arriving back at my car i notice it hanging, take the bumb out of the plastic piece and throw the plastic in the car so it doesnt hang. #2 the next day i start up my car and start to drive, my whole dash ( cept speedo b/c its cable driven)is dead im like wtf?, i go over all my fuses, and find the fuse connected to that turn signal is blown, so i replace it and all is fine. i put back in the bumper light and its back to normal. #3 the next day ( today) i park my car and head into work, i come out to find that that the turn signal ( front and rear) of the side where the bumper light fell out of is blinking extremely fast. Any1 have any idea's why this would be? i havent checked the fuses, but i doubt its a problem with them, b/c its working, just not normally. sounds like a problem with capacitors or resistors( i took electronics in grade 8 so i dont know much at all) but from physics 11 and 12 it kinda makes sense. Any info on my problem would be a total help. Car is a 1990 CRX si if that helps any.