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Directionals do not work. i have checked all bulbs, and they are good. i checked all fuses and they are all good. i even checkjed the combination flasher and that is even good. my hazard light work as well as all other components linked to the directional shaft on the left side of the steering column.

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  • amp_studio Dec 29, 2008

    one day the metal bracket that controls the turn signals from the lever to the switch snapped. i have taken the wheel off and i cannot figure out how to get the multi-function lever out of the steering column.

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You have to take the air bag assembley off and their should be a little bolt holding on the assembley the turn signal leaver should just pull out

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Your multifunction switch may be defective. Replace it. $39.99 at AutoZone
  • Combination switches operate wipers, directionals, horn, headlights and dimmers.
  • When not replaced, wipers, directionals, horn, headlights and dimmer, independently or as a group, will not function or turn off potentially causing safety issues.
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