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Turn signal lights not working

The turn signals in my car go out periodically. The hazards have also not worked, but when the hazard button is pressed hard for a second or two, they start. They sometimes stay on, but then turn off. The signal lights at times start working again once this is done. The brights do work when set, both the temporary and permanent brights.

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Juan

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Hi...
The problem you have in your Malibu.
The common problem for this is the Turn and Hazard Flasher, This part is incorporated in the Hazard Switch.

Read this post for a same problem.
http://www.fixya.com/cars/t1042984-2000_chevrolet_malibu_turn_signal

I hope this help on your probem.
Is the same flasher for 00 to 04 Malibu.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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