Question about 1990 Chevrolet Suburban
I have checked the fuse, the flashers, i changed the directional switch still no directionals. all my other lights work, brake lights, hazzards, marker, backup i don't know what eles is there a relay some where. itis a 1990 suburban 4x4 350tbi
The fact that other than the turn signals themselves, everything else is working indicates to me that htere is something manually mechanical, not electrical casuing your problem. If you replaced the switch mechanism it is possible that in doing so the lever itself was set out of position and cannot operate the signals as it should, or the contact points on the switch itself are not meeting the way they should when the switch does go into position.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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