Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
Your "Emergency Flasher Switch" has gone out and it must be replaced. It fixes all strange-acting turn signals and "emergency flasher" lights. Your local GM dealer has it in stock (mine had it in stock for my 98 Olds Intrigue) or you can probably get it from your local auto parts store (or you can order it there). You can replace it yourself though the center air vent in the dash of your car and you just unplug the bad one one plug in the new one. (It's a really tight fit for your hand, though.) If I can do it, you can do it. If you want specific directions with drawings for how to do it, write back to this site and I'll make sure I can get the drawings done for you to do it yourself. I replaced that switch after I'd tried all other possibilities, and it has worked perfectly since then (more than a year ago). Best wishes! This emergency flasher switch fixes all those signal problems at the same time and you'll end up with "new car" turn signals!
Posted on Sep 25, 2014
I had the same problem with my car I used some electrical contact lube that you can get at the auto parts store what happen to my car the leads in the plug for the bulbs were starting to corrode
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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