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2000 Monte Carlo blinkers work some time have to tap /hit dash board by hazard switch to make them work. Control switch on heater blower not working light out. I have to put the fuse in on passenger side to turn on heat defrost. But I have to remove it when done. cause it wont shut off. I hope you can help me with this! Thank You Heidi

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For the blinkers you need to replace the hazard switch.This will take care of your problem.For the blower,if this is what you mean by heater won`t shut off.You need to replace the blower motor resistor.This will fix your blower not shutting off.The light for the knob you will have to remove the control panel and replace the bulb if it is replacable.Some of these models you have to replace the control panel to get the lights to work.I hope this helps Heidi and let me know if you need anymore help.Good luck.

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