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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2019, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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My turn signals are acting up. I hit the left and the right turns on. I turn the right and nothing blinks. I am currently working on the fuse box to find a solution by switching fuses around same Amps. Also when I turn on emergency flashers they work Sporadically as I touch the turn signal.

I am sure it’s the multi turn signal switch on the column. Is that an easy project or more have a shop do it? I really would rather not mess with air bags.


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2019, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Ok look like the part off amazon is only $66 bucks and five minutes to install. Will order. No need to take off steering wheel.

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Yeah it is a quick swap, napa has them for $75 as well...

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i changed mine on my 06 super simple found a video on you tube took like 10 min.
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You know what’s even cooler?

After I had it out, I disassembled it. Cleaned it with electrical spray and re dielectric greased it and plugged it back in and it works fine now. Easy process just three torex screws and cleaned the gunk off and it’s like new.
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I cleaned mine as well when it wasn't working. Covered in dielectric grease and is still working good a year later

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