Sometimes the turn signals work, sometimes they don't. They will work ok for a couple of weeks and then quit altogether for a few days, then start working again for a while. Seems to be getting worse. Sometimes when they do work, I can hear a "buzzing" sound coming from behind the dash area somewhere (???). The emergency flashers (hazard lights) always work, no problem there. Can't be a blown fuse or the turn signals would never work until the fuse was replaced. Could this be a relay? The mutifunction switch?
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Before changing the panel, check the speed sensor at the transmission, check all connectors from your "gear box" to the panel, also the connector direct on the panel. Try to to find someone with the same car the change the panel for a short drive to check if the panel is OK. If you lost the signal from speed sensor in the middle of the big wiring under the dashboard, let a specialist search for that gramlin.
now when you say flashers work, I'm assuming you mean the 4 ways or Emergencys. As to the intermittent left signal working, I would first inspect both front and rear bulb sockets for corrosion and bulb condition. (Replace the Bulb, you can then rule it out). Clean and reinstall. If your problem persists, I would suspect your multi-switch contacts or connectors (Turn Signal Arm/Stick on the column)