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Re: How to change the igniton on a 1998 pontiac ws6
Remove steer wheel with puller. u will see black cover remove 3 tork screws.remove. next u will need a special tool push dowd on plate . remove clip in center. lift turn arm . remove bolt for lock cly. turn key lock will slide out
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That would be caused by a bad ground connection to either the front or rear parking/turn (probably rear) signal bulb socket. When the ground is bad, the parking light filament with find a ground through the blinker filament, then through the turn signal indicator, keeping it turned on. I have seen this on many cars over the years. Hope this helps, good luck.
The simplest way would be to run a wire from the positive battery post to your toggle switch. Make sure you put a fuse in it. Then run from the toggle switch back out to the fan. Unplug the factory wiring and plug you wire onto the power feed terminal at the fans. To find that, just use a jumper wire from the battery to each prong on the fan until it turns on. Plug your toggle switch to that prong. Hope this helps.
Remove two bolts that secure the plastic panel on the underside of the front end of the car, directly below the turn signal housing. The panel will then hinge down allowing you to reach up and access the bulb socket, which has a lock ring that must be compressed while you turn the socket to remove it from the housing. If yours is like mine, the wires are too short to drop below the access panel, so you'll have to reach up with both hands to change the bulb. Also, if yours is like mine, you may see evidence that the bulb gets so hot that the socket shows evidence of burning and/or heat degradation. I'm actually on this site looking for information on a possible recall by Pontiac for this, or at least maybe an upgrade socket.