Question about 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe
Three things could be wrong. 1. You have a short or weak ground which is caused by a dirty bulb socket not making proper contact. 2. Your turn signal flasher is going bad. Check your manual where it is at and replace. 3. You have a burned out or bad bulb. I would start with the lights. Have someone watch the lights as you work the turn lever. See if they can find a light not working. Then check the bulbs for dirty contacts. A small wire brush and WD40 will clean up the contacts if needed.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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