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05 Tahoe when about is the turn signal switch?? Is it in the steering colum?? Do you know if it is a really hard job to do?? Is that a expensive part??

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It is in the steering column, it is a fairly hard job and requires some special tools and a repair manual, the part lists for $85.79-$102.79 at rockauto.com, much more at the dealer for the same part, here is the part info. ACDELCO Part # D6298A 05 Tahoe - moreinfo.gif {#12450066}
Turn Signal Switch & HDLP D/SW & WSW & WSWA(W/LVR) w/o Cruise Control(K34) W Crusie part #D6299A

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