how do i get your turn signals to work on a chevy cavalier even though the 4 ways still work

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Asked by Feb 03, 2017 at 07:22 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe FWD

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Help!! Need this to be free (do it your self type of
thing)

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And my spedometer dose not work for shisa and the gear lights don't work XD

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Well start with the fuses, check them all. Next try the relay, even though the emergency flashers and turn signals are on the same relay, a lot of people here have reported replacing the relay got the turn signals working again. If none of those do the trick, you might have a bad multi-function switch. Try pick-a-part for one of those on the cheap.

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Who knows? the electrical circuit for the signals is not the same as for the 4 way flashers- I can only say that since you are on a budget you should get something better built than a Cavalier-

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XD jamnblues

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Oh btw it's a 2000

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