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Alright guys I'm back! Thanks for all your help fixing the radiator and eliminating the head gasket as the problem!! On to the next issue 97 Chevy Lumina turn signals work if held partially (before the click) but if you flip them they don't work, what do I gotta do? Thanks so much for all your help!!!!

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Something broke in steering column regarding turn signals. If you can deal with problem then let it go. If not, may be pricy to fix.

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head gasket most likely.

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SOURCE: 1993 chevy camero- thick, rusty colored residue in radiator

The rust is probably in the engine. There are many little pockets, water ways, water jackets (around the cylinders), etc, so getting all the rust out without dunking the block and heads in a cleaning tank is about imposible. I would recommend giving it really good flush every 4 to 6 months. I would try flushing the radiator before replacing it because it is probably not rusted, even though it is full of gunk.

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 Chevy Cavalier 2200 Water Leak

sound like u didnt torque bolts down right or head is warped to fix take apart again then take head to get cleaned and plaind then double check torque specs

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why not just replace the turn signal switch must faster and safer . buy one from your local parts house then you can see its not that easy to install but you can do it with a little help

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