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Old 08-15-2006, 01:53 PM   #1
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My left blinker doesn't disengage when I straighten from out of a turn. Is this just a situation to replace the switch at the bottom of the signal stick?
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blinker fluid low (of course it'* the tank on the left, not the right tank)
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blinker fluid low (of course it'* the tank on the left, not the right tank)
Shhh my left tank is on the car is about 1 inch low...
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I thought it was disengaged by something called the turn signal cancel cam...some piece of plastic in the steering column. I could be way off base though...
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I thought it was disengaged by something called the turn signal cancel cam...some piece of plastic in the steering column. I could be way off base though...
Nope...You're right.....$20 part from dealer....it'* a mid 90'* GM thing....I have the same problem with my truck.
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