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Right blinker works but left dont an dash lights dont work

I have checked wiring an took dash gauge out an cleaned but still dont work. right blinker clicks when on but left dont. i cant find out whats wrong with it . It jut quit working all of a sudden please help

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Its your flasher

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Hello I had the same problem on my 04 monte. After changing bulbs ,checking wires etc. I finally took it to the dealer and they found out it was the hazard switch. After swapping it with a new one all lights, dash etc started working again and have not had another problem

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SOURCE: turn signals and back up lights dont work.

Test the circuit board wires on the back side of your taillights where the bulbs go in to see if power is going there with the blinker on, if yes replace the circuit board (quite common with these trucks). If there is no power back there check your flasher relays for each turn signal, assuming they dont click off and on when you tip the turn lever. if all else fails, head for the multifunction switch behind your steering wheel inside the column that your turn signal/wiper/cruise control lever is connected to.

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SOURCE: Blinkers stay solid and dont flash, Hazards work fine.

CHECK GROUND ON TAIL LIGHT HOUSING.

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