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2000 GMC Jimmy, Flasher clicks alot even after repalcing flasher

Auto headlights turn off when turn signal is activated, windshield wipers are running only on high,
How do you replace the master control module, if thats the problem.

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Auto headlights do go off when turn signal is put on. The wiper problem could very well be in the blinker switch in the column, they are know to go out on these trucks. Run some tests before replacing.

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File In Section: Product Recalls
Bulletin No.: 01073A
Date: July, 2002
PRODUCT SAFETY RECALL
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01073A - STOP LAMPS/HAZARD LAMPS INOPERATIVE
MODELS:
2000-2001 CHEVROLET BLAZER AND TRAILBLAZER (CLASSIC); GMC JIMMY AND ENVOY (CLASSIC); AND OLDSMOBILE BRAVADA (CLASSIC)
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