What could cause all four signal lioghts to stop working at same time?

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Asked by Jul 25, 2013 at 08:56 AM about the 2005 Pontiac Montana

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when turn signal is engaged lights flash really quick which I know means a light is burnt out. All 4 signal lights are not working and all bulbs are good.

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has separate flasher for 4ways and turn signals.........click these to see them, study them and may be of help. best one is this

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'course if you cannot read a schematic...it shows that flashers are two separate units that go to one turn signal/hazard switch....perhaps it is this switch that is misbehaving...will put a bead on one if this looks like the usual suspect~

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it seems as though they've combined the functions into one tidy package~...just like that Schematic shows~~silly me for thinking it'd be any different....yes turn signal with combined functions of hazards is what is needed here~

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a tidy sum is what you're going to pay....unless you can find a picNpull unit...think you are going to need to bring a steering wheel puller...uuuugh~

1 out of 1 people think this is helpful.

It seems there are tremendous values to be had if shoppin'~

alas....the trail runs cold....brrrr~

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