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Old 12-21-2007, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default 93 broken turn signal arm

My left turn signal has been staying on after the wheel straightens, no probs, i have learned to deal with it. Well, the other day the left turn signal became real hard to get it to actibvate, and today it finally broke completely. I have no turn signals and the signal arm just hangs loose, no high beams or anything.

Called around abouta used column, nobody has them.
What are my options here? Car is my daily driver and I need turn signals. Car has been used as a runner for the kids to get to school. Please give me advice ASAP.
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