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I turn on the turn signals and the high beams come on, on my saturn L9 series

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If your not pushing in or pulling back on the stalk when you use turn signals then you need a new multi-function switch.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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it is the multi switch. I am replacing mine right now. i had to take the high beam bulbs out..

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Yes, the trouble is in one of the contacts inside that multi-function switch.

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u are going to have to replace the turn signal switch to correct this.

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