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Old 10-10-2006, 01:33 PM   #1
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Default Turn signal/multifunction switch Part No. needed

Anyone know this? I don't trust the one tiny dealership in a 2 hour driving range to order me the right part. (Neither of my turn signals will cancel, so not a huge deal, but very annoying)

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www.gmpartsdirect.com is great for getting OEM part numbers.

Can't get there from here or I'd pull it up for you.
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