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1995 GMC Jimmy signal light function not working

The problem seemed to be intermittant
It has developed and now doesn't work at all
The brake lights and emergency flashers work fine

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2009

    No clicking, No signal all extieror lights are light but do not blink. When first started parking lights went out repaced fuse and lights burn but no blinkers

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ASE mechanic here:
trying checking the turn signal flasher, the fuses, if all work fine, most likely cause is the multi-function switch.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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    Jay tripp Apr 27, 2014

    What is the multi function switch?

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Bought a signal light flasher don't know location on vehicle

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