Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Aurora
The cost of your part retail and NOT dealer (dealers usually mark WAY UP) is about $195 you can see one here.http://www.autopartsdeal.com/catalog/?N=0&uts=true&Ntt=2003+Oldsmobile+Aurora+AC+Delco+Switch+Assembly
The issue is that the wipers are controlled on the turn signal column, etc. So whole part has to be replaced. Dealer labor rates run about $85 per hour and the book says this is less than 2 hour job if done right. Be careful if you want to do it yourself as you will be working with the electrical in the steering column and the airbag is located in that area. Ive seen accidental activations by shorting out wiring.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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