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Turn signal just stop working

Tried turn signal relay and turn signal switch and still no turn signal

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Possibly the housing?

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You'll need to replace the turn signal multi-function switch. It is grounding the white feed wire from the flasher when it is not supposed to. This is a really common problem with these. I have heard of people cleaning the switches with electrical cleaner and having that work as well.

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Kevin , this is a very complex way of stoplamp control , I will post GM service Description and Operation of how they work an let you deside if you want to tackle this ! Do the center high mount brake lights work ?
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