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Turn signals I have a 1989 gmc safari the turn signals won't work. Fuse ok. Nothing out of dash or all 4 corners but when you turn headlamps on the rear works only on lane change. The 4 way works and flashes. Whats up with this thing DOC.

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There is a flasher module that causes the flashers to blink, ususally in or near the fuse box, may want to try changing it. However, if your hazards work, this is probably not the problem. My guess is there is a switch inside the steering column that the signal arm closes when moved, the switch may be bad.

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Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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