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2001 Pontiac Firebird has turn signal problem

I bought a used 2001 Pontiac Firebird recently. The turn signals does not work, the emergency flashers works though.
I also noticed that the high beams does not work either. When turning this on, all the head lights go off. I am guessing that the low beam turns off when the high beam is supposedly on.
Could this be related?
Thanks,
Dallas

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    luv my car Oct 14, 2014

    I had same prob u can change ur multi function switch easy without taking a lot apart either to get to it turn wheal all the way to right and u should c it if this docent fix prob i would check the blinker relay in rearview mirror cuz the shop i took mine to wanted me to get a hole new wiring harness 1500 bucks thank goodness i figured out the issue

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The turns,hazards, high/ low headlamps, possibly cruise cont. and wipers, are all operated by the "multifunction switch". Replace it and you should be good to go. I hope this helps.

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