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How do i take off the steering columb cover to replace the multi-way swich, (blinker hazard light, ext)

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Check for the screws around column if there isnt any give it a tug it is probably clipped on sides

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I have a 95 camaro the blinkers just quit working. The hazard lights work, but the blinkers don't work even if the blinker switch is turned on no lights blikeor come on


There is more than one flasher. One is for hazards and the other flasher is for directional signals. They are located under dash just left and right of the steering column. Don't go tearing up the steering column, then you are asking for trouble. Try the least expensive and labor intensive fix first.

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I have a 1990 Mercury Cougar. Several problems...Blinkers, hazards, horn, and break lights are not working. However the break light in the back window comes on when the break is pressed. Checked fused and...


I am unaware of what a "CO" display is.
Now with the blinkers, hazard, horn and brake lights not working that may be the multi funtion switch (blinker switch) that is located inside the column (where the blinker lever attaches).
Obviously the blinker, hazard and horn will all work off of something in the column. Brake lights, you may think a switch on the pedal.

the brake lights do work with that switch but when you have the kind of tail lights where a turn signal light shares the same bulb as a brake light, the brake light is cancelled for the turn signal by running through the multi function switch inside the column.
The third brake light does not blink so its not on that same circuit.

Oct 07, 2011 | 1990 Mercury Cougar

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My hazard button broke and its a multi function switch so it also controls my blinkers im trying to disconnect the hazard wire from the switch so i can still use my blinkers till i have the money to fix it...


I know this isn't the Sonoma but the Blazer is on the same platform in GM. Those Diagrams are for the ext. lights. You should find what you are looking for
Hope it helps.
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Feb 18, 2018 | 1995 GMC Sonoma

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I have no brake lights, the blinkers run really fast and if the headlights are on the blinkers will not run at all while braking. Any ideas?


Have the multi-function switch and its circuits tested. The multi function switch is the blinker arm and the components its attached to in the steering wheel column. The multifunction switch has to do with blinkers, cruise control, wipers, wiper spray, high beams and also tied in with headlight dimmers/daytime running lights(if applicable) and hazards usually.

A good place to start.

Apr 26, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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Hazard and blinkers went out at same time fuse is good


There'll be a unit under your dash near the steering column called the electronic flasher module that controls your blinkers and hazards. Sounds like the module broke

Aug 20, 2009 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Turning signals


If the problem happened all at once it most likely may not be the bulbs.

Aug 01, 2008 | 2001 Dodge Stratus

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Blinker problem


I would suggest an internally shorted multifunction switch. It should not be very expensive at a dealer and really easy to replace.
MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH REMOVAL
  1. Disconnect battery negative cable.
  2. Remove the upper steering column cover. Refer to steering column cover removal procedures below.
  3. Remove multi-function switch mounting screws Multi-Function Switch
  4. Disconnect wire connectors. Lift the switch straight up to remove.
INSTALLATION For installation, reverse the above procedures.
  1. Tighten multi-function switch to column retaining screws to 2.3 N·m (20 in. lbs.) torque.
  2. Tighten steering column cover retaining screws to 2 N·m (17 in. lbs.) torque.

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