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Where is the Turn Signal switch housing located in the 1997 Pontiac Grand Am GT? The fuse is fine but is there a signal switch?

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It s up under the dashboard above the ash tray but under the radio . You can turn on the emergancy flasher and listen for the click that is in the same place as the turn signal unit . And you shouldn't have to take anything apart to get to it

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