Question about 1982 Chevrolet G20
Turn signal stop working when brakes are applied
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your 4 way flashers swith. if that doesn't do it than change the flasher. you can switch the sig lights flasher with the 4 way flasher. good luck
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
OK, after more than a year of living with this problem, and replacing the turn signal switch (which did _not_ fix the problem), and checking every bulb and every fuse multiple times, I finally broke down and turned my mechanic loose on this problem. He knew right away that it was a grounding issue. He didn't know where, but he hooked up an aux ground to the negative post on the battery and the problem went away. That diagnosed it, the solution turned out to be more difficult as he had to disconnect most of the ground wires connected to the chassis, and wire brush all the spots and then reconnect them all before he finally figured out which it was that was causing the problem. I told him I'd take all those apart again and grease them and then put them back together so they're more permanently fixed. He had seen this issue before, multiple times on GM vehicles. Now I know about it too, and I'm sharing it to hopefully save somebody else some grief.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
SOURCE: Left Turn Signal Rapidly Blinks
Sounds to me like a bad ground. When the current can't complete through a ground circit it feeds back through the elements ancd can cause all sorts of wierd syptoms.
The fast blink itself can be casued by a burnt out bulb I would check that first.
Then I would check the trailter harness if there is one and unpluch any harness that may be plugged into it. also check each bulb to see if it is seated well. you may be able to see if there is corrorsionaround the bulb terminals at this time is so yo may need to replace the light assembly. Also you could look for any spot where maybe someone in the past tried to tie into the harness to hook up additional lights etc. this may allo moisture in and corroded to the point the wire is "open"
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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