When i turn on my turn signal, it blinks all crazy. How do i fix this?


Asked by Oct 01, 2009 at 11:13 AM about the Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers


have u checked all of your marker lights? u either have a bulb out or a short to ground check all marker lights take each one out and clean the connecters of any build up....if that doesnt work it is possibly in the steering column...either way its prolly a short to ground somewhere..electical is the biggest pain in the ass lol..

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yea it is, lol. thats a down side of grand ams. i had to replace a bulb for my head light and thats a pain in the ass because its so complicated to get to it,

the switch is out of adjustment the fix is to take it to the dealer to have it adjusted and pay 347 dollars which if your luck stays in adjustment if its like mine it wont you will have to either listen to it click for 80k miles or turn up the radio or keep having it adjusted


Does it blink fast on both sides? If so, it's not a bulb out. Did you install LED bulbs? If so, you need load resistors. It sounds like you have a bulb out if it's on one side. I don't know of any adjustment that a dealer can do unless it's adjusting money out of your credit card.


I remember that there wqas some sort of problem with solder joints on the hazard warning switch, Try the switch a couple of times to see if it makes a difference.


I had just bought a 2000 Pontiac grandprix gtp and the ignition key dont turn off when i try to park my car it get stuck and when im driving it the blinker on the left side blinks fast and none of the lights inside the car come on when the doors are open

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