Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
One of your bulbs is out. Turn your flashers on and walk around your vehicle to see witch one it is and replace it.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
Testimonial: "Thanks for replying. The other day over the phone are mechanic thought the same thing. Before taking it in or trying to locate it on my own, I thought I'd see if anyone else had the same problem and how they resolved it. The front bulb was black. Only $15 to replace. If anyone has a 1995 with the same problem it's not that easy to get at. Are mechanic attempted without hoisting but couldn't reach it, even after hoisting it was very hard to reach. He said if he removed the headlights reaching it would be easier but removing them leads to extra work, you can't just pull them out like on newer vehicles. Thanks again for your suggestion!"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turn signal not working
on an older car this woul dsimply mean that the turn signal flasher was burned out for that side. today its more complex. the turn signal flasher is a series of resistors and timer modules located in the workings of the body control module. This can be a simple problem with a shorted line, or a faultly turn switch or something as complex as needing a new body control module. This is something that needs to be repaired by a quality automotive mechnican with an electrical backround, and unfortunatley unless your in the nyc area i have none to suggest to you.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
as for the faster flashing thats as simple as a blown bulb, replace the bulb and see if that fixes the problem, it may fix the lot because the other symptoms you mention are a bad connection, if bulb is fine check the connection isnt loose or corroded over. if it is simply file it back to establish better connectivity,
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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