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1998 buick rivera turn signal combination problems

Right turn signal works, left turn signal does not work, wipers delay do not work nor come on, if you push wash feature then wiper blades work also cruise control does not work part number is 26052428 but according to buick it is discontinued

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Look here
https://www.gmpartsgiant.com/parts/gm-switch-26052428.html?vin=&make=Buick&model=Riviera&year=1998&submodel=&extra1=&extra2=&filter=()

Posted on Jun 10, 2021

Testimonial: "this is no help it says the part is no longer made...so how does that help me"

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    brian Jun 10, 2021

    well that is the problem I know the part number and if you looked it up you would see it is discountinued which is my problem I searchered ebay, amazon, over 1000 junkyards and even in canada and can not find a solution other then not drive the car..

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    Jeff Armer Jun 11, 2021

    Sorry ,my bad ,didn't read that far down .

  • Jeff Armer
    Jeff Armer Jun 11, 2021

    Sounds like your SOL , hate when that happens .

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