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2003 grand prix i saw smoke from the steering column and now i only have brake light in the rear window and none on the car and no hazards but i do have turn signals. could it be the hazard switch and how do i remove it

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You need a multifunction switch. go to kragen.com and put your vehicle in and searh multifunction switch. They usually have a picture. You need to remove the covers on the other side of the steering wheel. Screws are accessed from below.. Sometimes the steering wheel will have to be removed. Usually you can work around it.

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I believe the hazard/flasher relay is located under/left of the dash . I think if you remove the under panel under the steering column it should be attached to the BCM bracket under the dash on the left side.

Remove the left instrument panel (IP) insulator.
Remove the steering column filler panel.
Slide the hazard and turn signal flasher to the right, releasing the tabs from the Body Control Module (BCM) bracket.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the hazard and turn signal flasher.

Hope this helps.....

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