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2 items: first what does a normal tuneup entail? Please include approx costs if possible. 2nd - I have a problem with my right rear turn signal. When I use it, the sound is quicker than normal. Also the signal rear right doesn't flash BUT if I jam the steering wheel all the way up, all works just fine. Any suggestions greatly appreciated

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Need engine size for tune up cost, but turn signal switch is probably broken or wires in tilt steering wheel

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