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Old 03-31-2009, 05:21 PM   #11
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Check around the inside of the wheel wells to see if there are any rust holes. There may be a problem with the wires or gounds. Start checking everythign over close.
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From my odd experiences, a lacking ground lets the turn signals not blink. Look under the dashboard and find one plastic piece per side that ends the plastic trim. On the driver'* side, it has a cutout for the hood release. Take those out and move over the carpeting to find some ground points commonly used for turn signals and the like.
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thanks for the advice/info guys, turns out the socket i got was not exactly like the stock ones. so i got one at a junkyard and now it works..

off to the next one (whoo! sunday i got some time).. which is installing the passenger side mirror. when i got the mirror at the junkyard the door panel was gone all the other stuff that would get in the way was gone. so i pretty much got it out easily. now my question is how do i take off the door panel without messing it up? thanks in advance
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nvm i guessed haha got it done nothing broke whoo now i have a passenger mirror.
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i saw the "how to program keyless remote for 97-99" thread, but i was wondering if that would work with my 95? do i need to get those expensive keyless stuff at autozone? or just a keyless remote? like the used ones at ebay and clist or where ever?
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what the.. haha i knew i read that before! then i looked for it and i guess i missed it so i just need the keyless remote right?
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keyless remote

is this all i need? sorry if im posting alot, i can't seem to find the edit button
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Personally, I love more posts that lead to success rather than few posts that lead to confusion. You should keep posting a lot for your own benefit. There'* no peer pressure on a forum on the web.
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does the fuel gauge sensor go bad normally for the 95'*? im just wondering cause my gauge says its 1/4 full from full tank (and i believe my tank can hold 18 gallonsi think?) and i have only driven 98 miles. lol i don't smell gas at anytime but i might have just not noticed. what do you guys think? a leak? bad fuel sensor?

**sorry if i use wrong terms. will gladly stand corrected.
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