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There's a noise sounds like coming from the steering column when left turn signal is used (right side works great)...left turn signal does not work well in cold weather, just warmer weather

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Check the wattage of all the bulbs on the left turn circuit - ensure they are of correct wattage rating.
Also check condition of bulb sockets - look for corrosion or water ingress.
If all above OK, check turn signal switch - contacts may be worn out/damaged.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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