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Problems with tun signal/wiper arm on 2004 chevy venture mini-van

The left turn signal most of the time doesn't work.The auto window washer setting and all lower speeds for wipers (front) do not work.Only
fastest speed for wipers DOES work,however, begins to slow down after staying on high speed for a while. Right turn signal DOES work, and....
when weather is colder out (20 degrees or colder) left turn signal WILL work about 70 percent of time. HELP !!!!!

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I had the same thing - it also affects the 4 way flashers.  you'll end up replacing the entire control arm (turn signal lever)
Good luck!

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