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Old 04-09-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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just bought a 1988 bonneville with only 116k and the price was right. but the turn signals dash light climate control or radio dont work. but out of habit i hit the turn signals when making a turn and just the other day it worked but then stopped working again but the emergency flashers now still work. any suggestions
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i would go out with a meter and follow the path, check the fuse, check the blue wire to the flasher for 12v, etc...



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Check all fuses. Check all external bulbs. Change the flasher.
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thanks for the help it ended up being a bad flasher
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