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Turning signal

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ChevyDan, Sep 2, 2006.

  1. ChevyDan

    ChevyDan Registered Member

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    I have an 88 Olds Cutlass Supreme Classic, 307 dog... I have changed all my right hand side turning signal bulbs, but when I turn the switch to turn right, the bulbs all stay on and do not blink, however the left hand side works correctly, and the when the 4 ways are on all 4 come on and flash. Is there a relay for each side that could have went bad on only one side?
     
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    try the other vehicles thread...The Garage (79 Viewing)
    (All Access) This forum is for the general discussion of almost any truck-related topic.
     
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    ChevyDan Registered Member

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    What? I am in the garage ? irregardless I found the problem, my rear passenger side marker light socket was bad.. thanks for the help guys.
     
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    huh? :confused:

    -Avery
     
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    Avery4jc 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    That sure came across easy.:rolleyes:

    Maybe if you wrote in a way that we all could understand we would have understood what you were trying to say. Just highlighting stuff or putting down a few words isn't exactly a great way to get your point across sometimes.

    Possibly a link to the section would be helpful.

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    so now we're too concerned about what forum the person posted up his question in, rather than answer a possible simple question and have it end just about as soon as it started???:confused:
     
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    Na' he answered his own question in post #3.

    Plus, ChevyDan didn't even know what Ben was trying to say.

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