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2000chevycavalier left turn signal don't blink and makes a buzzing noisr

Left turn signal doesn't blink and buzzes when flipped on

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Its in the switch on the column. try pushing forward on the turn signal handle while turning the switch on and hold it there to see if it starts blinking .my 95 grand prix se has the same problem. i have to get a switch from a place call pull appart its a junk yard .

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