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Is the 99 Chevy Lumina turn signal switch (not turn signal lever) compatible with one from a 99 grand prix or an 02 Malibu?

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Hi, Under your dash,Driver side there is a relay switch you need to check. The part that clicks when you turn. This is in the left side kick panel in the Lumina. Check fuse panel as well.
Also check that all light bulbs are working (left and right).If one is out it will flash faster than normal. Replace bulb if not working...

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