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Old 11-04-2015, 04:50 PM   #1
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LH turn signal will not blink. The bulbs (front & rear) light up and test good on the multi-meter. RH works fine. 1991 Pontiac Sunbird LE.
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Change the flasher relay.
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If the RH side flashes, it'* not the flasher....
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Replace the blinker mechanism inside the steering column.

You will need some specific tools:
Snap ring pliers
Steering wheel puller
Steering lock spring compressor.
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Replace the blinker mechanism inside the steering column.

You will need some specific tools:
Snap ring pliers
Steering wheel puller
Steering lock spring compressor.
I believe a '91 will have a driver'* side only air bag, although I've never had to pull a steering wheel on an air-bag equipped vehicle, I believe the air-bag system will need to be disabled first before pulling the steering wheel, no?

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