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How replace turn signal switch 2000 chevy blazer?

How do I replace the turn signal switch on a 2000 chevy blazer?

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You can buy a switch on ebay for around $60 new !

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The turn signal switch is called a multifunction switch. The switch costs around 250.00 and here's how I replaced it. I took a torx bit, ground it down to about half it's original length, used a 1/4" box wrench, removed the 4 torx screws & had it replaced in about 10 minutes. Didn't need to touch the steering wheel. Good luck!!

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    The turn signal switch is called a multifunction switch. The switch costs around 250.00 and here's how I replaced it. I took a torx bit, ground it down to about half it's original length, used a 1/4" box wrench, removed the 4 torx screws & had it replaced in about 10 minutes. Didn't need to touch the steering wheel. Good luck!!

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Since the 2000 chevy blazer is equipped with SRS (Saftey Restraint System), ie: Airbags, which is located in the steering wheel. In order to replace the turn signal switch you must remove the steering wheel. Therefore I would only highly advise you to take it to a dealer to have this done.

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 Chevy Blazer. My turn signals click

Does it do it on both sides?If it is just on one side,a bulb could be the problem.When it does this,check the bulbs,by turning the signal on,and look at the front ,and the back,to see if one bulb is not burning.Replace it .One other problem ,check to see if the turn signal fuse is not blown,but melted in the fuse block.The battery voltage needs to be checked also.Check the charging system.it should be at about13.58 to 14.25.If the charging system is not at least 13.50 at idle,chatge battery at slow charge at 2 amps for 24 hours.If the voltage does not come up above 13.501 at idle,have the alternator replaced.The flashers,and the turn signals require a lot of amps.

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