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Username Post: Turn Signals not working        (Topic#360403)
Whitetail Hunter 
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04-05-20 09:31 AM - Post#2790369    

Just started getting the car out of storage. Issue with turn signals dont work. All parking lights do work. When I step on the brakes the signal light on the dash for left turn comes on? But neither left or right signals flash. Not even steady on. Any ideas?




 


steve65 
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04-05-20 09:37 AM - Post#2790370    
    In response to Whitetail Hunter

I'm just going to guess everything worked fine before putting it away for the winter (because you are on this site, of course it did). LOL
My guess is you have a ground/corrosion problem from sitting over the winter. Start by checking all the ground connections starting from the back of the car and move forward.
Good luck.
Steve65

Steve Duncan
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Whitetail Hunter 
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04-05-20 09:44 AM - Post#2790371    
    In response to steve65

UPDATE.....I dont know which plug I screwed with fixed it. But they are working now. LOL



 
steve65 
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04-05-20 11:34 AM - Post#2790378    
    In response to Whitetail Hunter

Good to hear, if you can get it outside in the daylight I would still go over all the ground points though. Just to be safe, don't want the lights crapping out while you're driving.

Steve Duncan
66 Impala 2dr Coupe
Not sure of color yet
work in progress



 


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