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The first thing to check is your battery. If you have dash lights that doesn't confirm your battery has enough of a charge to turn the engine over.
Is the dash light your SES (Service Engine Soon) light? If so...diagnostics can be accessed via a OBDII code reader and provide a starting point to trouble shoot any registered faults. (Some automotive parts stores offer free code retrieval.)
first you have to determine which it is or you can check both for proper levels i doubt its your battery,Chevy installs maintenance free battery's, so let it cool off then check you coolant level,if any has been lost i would be concerned and look for leaks ,have it pressure tested.
This Problem of the Turn Signals on your 00 Malibu. is Due to malfuntion of the FLASHER RELAY
The Flasher Relay is Part of the HAZARD SWITCH. Located on the istrument cluster BEZEL..
You can't get from the major Autoparts, Because IS Only available on A/C delco. Or GM.
The GM part Number is : 22594146
The Best Place for get the Flasher Relay is the GM DEALER. and the COST is aprox. $ 32.00
I hope this help on your problem
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