Question about 1997 GMC Jimmy
If your 4 ways are working then my guess is you have the same problem I had on 2002 S-10 Blazer and it drove my mechanic crazy for 15 hrs. until he found a bad ground. Locate the ground lead on the turn signal harness, tap into and check your signals. Problem solved? Then run a permanent wire. (It is wise to use screw "I" terminals and solder as needed to prevent future headaches)
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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