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Turn signl switch

I know my turn signal switch is faulty, so it may be the root oft the problem? I am a 1989 saab 900 . I was hoping this would continue my disussion

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Why dont you simply replace the switch? It is a bit difficult to remove. You will have to go under the driver door. You will find the switch there (most likely, or else I may have confused it with a different model). It is attached by tabs, just break them off. They are self adjusting tabs, so when you wire it the new one, it should fit snugly).

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