Question about GMC Jimmy
I listen the same problem on 2001 and it seems a lot of the problems can
be traced back to the ignition switch, or the turn signal
switch/lever (cruse, turn signal arm off the steering column). It seems
that both are "lubricated" during manufacturing and eventually leak
which attracts 'gunk' internally and causes problems with the electrical
connections. I have not attempted to replace these myself, but many
have and said it solved all their problems. Of course you are driving a
Jimmy and if you are not mechanically inclined, you soon will be and/or
your wallet will be empty. I am simply amazed that they mass produced
these vehicles under the name of Blazer/Jimmy/Oldsmobile, knowing they
had serious problems.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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