Question about 2004 Oldsmobile Alero
Have part do we have to take the dash apart, the part doesn't want to come out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If replacing the flasher did not take care of the clicking noise then you have to replace the turn signal switch.It is called the multifunction switch now.This will take care of your clicking noise that it makes like your turn signal is still on but it is not.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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I know in 2004 models, The multi-function switch is in your steering wheel. It's the signal stalk and wiper stalk. It's a one piece unit.
If you take off the top half of the steering column cover, you can access the connection for the switch. Unplug it and see if the noise continues.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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Posted on May 25, 2011
a/c that is not providing cold air is caused by a leak of freon/refrigerant. have an a/c technician check your cooling system if it has leaks. after checking, have it charged with freon.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
If you fuel pump is not engaging, it nay be the security system that is preventing it from pumping. If your security light is flashing, then that is the problem and you will need to reset your security system. If the security light goes out, then it is a BCM or fuel pump problem.
Our company has pages and a description of how toreprogram the ignition switch on GM vehicles (for a small fee). They are broken down into step by stepdetailed instructions. Here is a link to that page. This covers many of the switches from 1997-2006to present. http://www.steeringcolumnservices.com/steering-column-repair-how-to-instructions/gm-buick-cadillac-chevrolet-oldsmobile-pontiac/Passlock-relearn.php Good luckDoughttp://www.steeringcolumnservices.com
Posted on Oct 09, 2011
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