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On right turn car looses power let off gas its ok. No problem left turn?

Car runs great no problems, except making a right turn car looses power.
if you step on the gas on the turn it will start missing. stay off the gas
no problem.

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  • SnyderK96 Dec 09, 2008

    I have the same problem but it's a left turn.

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Turn Signal Switch/ignition switch... Do it yourself in 30 mins with 10$ worth of tools u need to purchase...IF you want the process reply....THESE PARTS GM KNOWS ARE BAD!!!!
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Be sure to know soon it will shut off the car and do worse....STALL?SHUT OFF?ELECTRICAL FLASHING? it will do it all

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Maybe a motor mount?

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