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Turn the switch on to power the signalstat/flasher,listen for the ticking sound(have signal on for the side that works)and figure about where the sound's coming from(will be just under dash about the knees when sitting in seat)then stick your hand under there.You will feel the flasher ticking.Pull it down and replace it.
This is weird! It seems to me that the left turn signal is getting 12v from somewhere at all times.I don't think the flasher is the problem(most GM systems use a single flasher for left and right)You probably have a crossed wire somewhere(or an add on accessory was connected to the left signal wire,allowing 12 volts to bleed through to the circuit)