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Replace the signal flasher for 2002 buick le sable

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Looks like the same problem I had on my 2004 Lumina. If the brake lights all work but not the left AND right signals both do not work it is most likely the flasher which is under the driver side of the dash. If you barely move the turn signal lever and the right or left turn on briefly then it is the switch OEM part number 26093875 verify the numbers to match your vehicle. The switch is located in the steering column and can be changed out in about 30 min. Be careful on keeping track of how you take it apart and put it back together.

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