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Turn signal I have 1992 grand prix se and the turn signal worked for awhile but then it just quit I have checked the fuses but that doesn't seem to be the problem can someone please help me with this,

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  • thugsk8er13 Apr 08, 2009

    i checked the fuses the bulbs & the flasher & replaced the turn switch and it still dont work

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    u need to replace the turn signal flasher, it should be located in a bracket near the base of the steering column, if not let me know.

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Its your signal switch behind the steering wheel

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