1999 chevy lumina turn signals not working when levr all-the-way-engaged

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Asked by Apr 19, 2015 at 10:48 PM about the 1999 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Turn signal only blinks if you 'almost' push it into the set position. I had it replaced a year ago for the same problem and it failed about 4 months later - same problem. Cost over $400 for dealer to fix it. Can I replace it myself? If so, how?

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Check your receipt from the dealer. Most dealers give a 12 month or 12,000 mile, whichever comes first, warranty on repairs. If that's the case, take it back and have it fixed for free. HTH. -Jim

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Thanks for replying. I already fought with the dealership about this. They only warranty repairs for 90 days. I originally bought this car used from them. Just 8 months later, leaky head gasket - $$$. The brakes were in bad shape too. Will never do business with them again. Guess I am going to try to find a local shop that can solve this. Not buying anymore GM products - see lawsuit about them using replacing defective electrical components with the same defective component. (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-10-15/gm-sued-for-10-billion-over-losses-on-27-million-cars) Thanks again.

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I'm very sorry to hear that. It most likely is a bad turn signal switch. Have you tried Chevrolet's customer service department? Maybe they can pressure the dealer into fixing it for you. Just a thought. HTH. -Jim

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