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The turn signal switch on 1998 Buick Park Avenue has failed, causing the right front and back signal lights to remain on even with ignition switch off. Need procedure for replacing switch and lever.

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  • paj57 Mar 26, 2009

    I have the same problem on my 1997 Buick Park Avenue. The mechanic said it couldn't be repaired with out $1000+ in labor and breaking off the old bracket. Have you solved the problem yet?

  • Dallas Gumbo Jul 02, 2013

    I am in the process of repairing my own. It does take a lot of work to strip the dash open to get to the flasher relay. Your right hand wing of the flasher relay is dead. You will need to replace the flasher relay and your problems will be fixed. It is indeed a lot of work to get to the unit and your mechanic is probably not kidding on cost.

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REplacing of the turn signal switch invoves the removal of the air bag and steering wheel for acess to the switch ( reminder to unplug the yellow connector for the air bag under dash first).

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